The Senate Judiciary Committee postponed for the second time in a month a scheduled vote to confirm Thomas O. Barnett as the chief of the Department of Justice antitrust division.

The delay in Barnett’s confirmation adds to the legislative logjam blocking key appointments at the two federal antitrust agencies overseeing corporate mergers. A vote on Barnett was also dropped from an earlier Oct. 17 committee meeting.

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