Conservative Miers' Political, Legal Career

Harriet Miers is known for being appointed by then-Gov. George W. Bush to clean up the Texas state lottery. Described by legal and political colleagues as conservative, she has not publicly detailed her positions on many issues the court will face, including abortion.

She has no experience on the bend, but has been an attorney with a large Dallas law firm and deputy White House chief of staff.

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