Beverly B. Martin’s recommendation to the federal bench has cleared another hurdle, giving hope to Sen. Max Cleland, D-Ga., that the Senate finally may fill the vacancy.
Patricia Murphy, Cleland’s press secretary, says the White House has completed its investigation of the Macon, Ga.,-based U.S. Attorney’s background and on Monday sent the file to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
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