A year since President Joe Biden was sworn in as president, he is still yet to fill a major vacancy in the U.S. Justice Department.
The DOJ’s civil division, the department’s largest litigating component and the division responsible for defending the administration’s policies in court, does not have a permanent assistant attorney general nominee.
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