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Judging the Environment In The News
Though Loud, Media Voices Haven't Cracked Garland Block (Law360, 04/25/16)
Idaho and Washington state reflect big rift in Supreme Court fight (McClatchy newspapers, 04/13/16)
LAW: Liberals hammer Grassley on lower-court nominees (Environment & Energy (E & E) Daily, 04/07/16)
What They’re Saying – Environmental Organizations (The White House, 03/28/16)
Supreme Court fight could fast-track lower court noms [Print Subhead: While Republicans block Garland, lawmakers will still want to advance other judges to save face] (Examiner, 03/21/16)
Editorials and Opinion
MERRICK GARLAND: MORE THAN 525 EDITORIALS BY EDITORIAL BOARDS IN 49 STATES & DC URGE SENATE TO HOLD A HEARING AND VOTE ON NOMINEE TO FILL SUPREME COURT VACANCY – STATE BY STATE LINKS/EXCERPTS (as of May 4, 2016) (, )
Letter: Burr should do his job, quit blocking judges (Asheville Citizen-Times [NC] , 05/05/16)
Timmons-Goodson earns ABA's highest rating (Greensboro News & Record [NC], 05/05/16)
Editorial: Partisan politics run amok (Times-News [Burlington, NC], 05/05/16)
EDITORIAL: Our View: Eastern N.C. deserves a federal judge (Rocky Mount Telegram [NC] , 05/05/16)
MERRICK GARLAND: MORE THAN 500 EDITORIALS BY EDITORIAL BOARDS IN 49 STATES & DC URGE SENATE HEARING (04/13/16)
Defenders of Wildlife Calls on Senate to Consider Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland (03/16/16)The Senate must do its job by holding a hearing and a vote on this nomination to fill an important vacancy.
Senate confirms IA federal judge: What about 17 other Committee approved district judges? (09/10/12)Both Sen. Patrick Leahy and Sen. Patrick Toomey are correct. Only senseless partisan obstruction by Senate Republicans could still prevent confirming all the Committee-approved nominees.
Senate Republican Blockade of 21 Judicial Nominees Worsens Vacancy Crisis (12/17/11)“Once again, U.S. Senate Republicans have unjustifiably blocked a decades-old tradition of clearing pending judicial nominees before leaving town.
Vacancy Crisis Continues: Senate Votes on 10 Judicial Nominees Will Leave 17 Frozen, Including Most of Those Approved Unanimously in Committee (09/27/11)
Humor and Satire
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WOMEN OF WALMART [& the Supreme Court]
“Close to Home” solution to judicial vacancies
Weyant's World: Abandon hope
The Very Junior Senator from Utah [Standard-Examiner, UT]; & “OUR VIEW: Lee's headless charge”
Political cartoons on Judge Garland nomination & Supreme Court nom block
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