Choice of Miers Draws Mixed Political Reviews

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Planned Parenthood demonstrators hold up posters outside the White House asking: "Will Miers Save Roe?" Reuters hide caption

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Planned Parenthood demonstrators hold up posters outside the White House.

Planned Parenthood demonstrators hold up posters outside the White House asking: "Will Miers Save Roe?"

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The nomination of top White House lawyer Harriet Miers to replace the retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on the Supreme Court draws mixed reviews from both sides of the political aisle. Conservative Republicans aren't happy.

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