The Senate will soon try to confirm as many as four of President Bush's federal appeals court nominations, including California Judge Janice Rogers Brown and former Alabama Attorney General William Pryor. According to agreements announced Monday, senators will also move forward on the nominations of Richard Griffin and David McKeague. If the Senate confirms the nominees, it will have taken care of almost all the judges involved in the agreement that averted a showdown over filibusters.
Frist, Reid Agree to Try and Confirm Several Bush Judge Nominations
The Associated Press
June 7, 2005
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