Reaction to Judge Gail S. Tusan’s decision to end her quest for a federal judgeship ranged from sympathetic understanding to a cryptic jab from the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Tusan announced she was pulling out because it was “unlikely” the Senate would confirm her before April 2000 when she would have to qualify for re-election to the Fulton County Superior Court bench.

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