ATLANTA — President Clinton is wary of the “long and grueling process”judicial candidates must endure before the Senate confirms theirnomination.

Clinton, in a speech before the American Bar Association on Monday, saidhe thought the political squabbling over judgeships that marked1996�when only 17 judges were confirmed�had ended. Last year, the Senateconfirmed 65 judges nominated by him.

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