Newly Released Clinton Papers Dish on Ginsburg, Breyer

The latest papers from the Clinton White House, released Friday, show the intense preparations for the 1993 confirmation hearing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the Supreme Court—including the involvement by several top law firms. Other highlights of other work of lawyers are documented in the release of 2,000 pages.

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