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American Constitution Society For Law And Policy
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Although President Obama supported Senate Democrats' argument Thursday that Republicans are treating his nominees unfairly, Mr. Obama was singing a different tune just two weeks ago while raising money from liberal supporters.
The National Labor Relations Board should be "insulated" from the congressional Republicans who are pressuring the agency to drop a case against aerospace giant Boeing, because it could "intimidate" the group and "taint" the case, legal experts said Thursday in a panel hosted by the liberal-leaning American Constitution Society for Law and Policy.
The Obama administration's most contentious judicial nomination yet faces a key test vote in the Senate on Thursday, with Republicans poised to block the nomination of Goodwin Liu on grounds he is a liberal activist who would play fast and loose with the Constitution from the bench.
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved a controversial appeals court nomination Thursday, setting up the first big battle in this Congress over an Obama judicial nomination.
During their five-plus years on the bench, the Supreme Court nominees of President George W. Bush have begun making their marks in cases involving gun rights, freedom of speech and campaign finance.
Webb call for end to skyrocketing incarceration rates.