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Judicial Appointments in the Bush Era

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Judicial Appointments in the Bush Era

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Judicial Appointments in the Bush Era

Judicial Appointments in the Bush Era

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President Bush's second term gives him a chance to appoint more federal judges — and to give another shot to judges rejected for the bench in his first administration.

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Sen. Arlen Specter, chairman, Senate Judiciary Committee; Republican from Pennsylvania

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