For some former career staff in the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, Bradley Schlozman’s face-off with the Democratic-led Senate Judiciary Committee this week couldn’t have come soon enough.

“I’m glad to see it,” says Toby Moore, a researcher who worked in the division’s voting section from 2000 to 2005. “It’s way overdue.”

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