Politics of Judicial Confirmations GUESTS: TBA Federal courts are low on judges, and, as a result, hundreds of criminal and civil cases are taking years to come to trial. The White House has accused Senate Republicans of deliberately stalling the process by applying a political "litmus test" to nominees. The Senate maintains the President has been slow in sending nominations to committee. Join Melinda Penkava and guests for a discussion of the impasse between the White House and the Senate over confirming federal judges.
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Politics of Judicial Confirmations

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Politics of Judicial Confirmations

Politics of Judicial Confirmations

Politics of Judicial Confirmations

Only Available in Archive Formats.

GUESTS: TBA Federal courts are low on judges, and, as a result, hundreds of criminal and civil cases are taking years to come to trial. The White House has accused Senate Republicans of deliberately stalling the process by applying a political "litmus test" to nominees. The Senate maintains the President has been slow in sending nominations to committee. Join Melinda Penkava and guests for a discussion of the impasse between the White House and the Senate over confirming federal judges.