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SAN FRANCISCO — The controversial firing of U.S. attorneys will be discussed at the meeting in San Francisco of the American Bar Association’s House of Delegates this week. A late entry onto its agenda would put the ABA on record urging that the appointment and retention of U.S. attorneys and career lawyers “should be insulated from improper partisan political considerations.” The resolution was brought to the ABA by the Bar Association of the District of Columbia, whose past president Robert Weinberg is a member of the House of Delegates. A report accompanying the resolution said the ABA should examine “the significant professional concerns as to the administration of justice” raised by the firings and subsequent congressional investigations. An earlier version of the resolution would have created an ABA task force to study the issue, but that was deleted. The recommendation will come up Monday or Tuesday

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