President Barack Obama plans to renominate six people whose names the Senate returned to the White House last month, a White House official said Friday. The six include Dawn Johnsen, picked to head the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel, two other Justice Department nominees and two nominees for district court seats.

One liberal advocacy group interpreted the move as a sign that Obama will not bend to Senate Republicans who have held up the nominations.

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