An early version of the proposal, sponsored by Sen. Dianne Feinstein and bipartisan leadership in the Senate Judiciary Committee, was incorporated into a Department of Justice authorization bill. Since the bill is unlikely to meet opposition, the Southern District’s long quest for more judges appears to be over.

“We’ve received no opposition from the White House,” said Howard Gantman, Feinstein’s spokeman.

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