The Senate on Tuesday confirmed Lauren King to the Western District of Washington, making her the first Native American federal judge to sit in that state.
King, a principal in Foster Garvey’s Seattle office, is now the third Native American currently sitting on the federal bench and the fifth-ever appointed to a federal court. She was confirmed to the seat 55-44.
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