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A Senate committee has approved President Obama's two nominations to fill vacancies on the Federal Reserve's board. But prospects for a quick confirmation in the full Senate are uncertain.
President Obama is nominating a Harvard University professor and a former Treasury official under President George H.W. Bush to the Federal Reserve Board.
A vacationing President Obama has nominated a Democratic Harvard University professor and a former Treasury official under Republican President George H.W. Bush to the Federal Reserve Board.