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Topic - Cornelia T.L. Pillard
Senate Republicans on Monday filibustered President Obama's third and final nominee to sit on the powerful federal appeals court in Washington, leaving the chamber gridlocked and raising the possibility that Democrats will employ the "nuclear option" to change the chamber's rules.
Last week Republicans filibustered law professor Cornelia T.L. Pillard, and in late October the GOP blocked Patricia Ann Millett, a lawyer who has argued dozens of cases before the Supreme Court.