Liberal interest groups could not have imagined that they'd be on the outside looking in during what was supposed to be a battle over President George W. Bush's first Supreme Court nominee. But that's what has essentially happened, as Senate Democrats tend toward a more moderate course without them. Some suggest the groups would be better off waiting for another target, perhaps a more abrasive and controversial candidate when the next Court vacancy materializes.
Liberal Lobbyists on Sidelines of Roberts Nomination
July 29, 2005
This article requires premium access
This article requires premium access to Law.com. Please sign in or subscribe to read the full text.