Filibuster Vote Spells D.C. Circuit Changes

Democratic nominees would enjoy a 7-4 advantage on the key court.

, The National Law Journal

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The Senate's historic vote to end minority party filibusters of most judicial nominees means three nominees to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit will likely win approval.

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  • Pancho

    Too bad they didn't do it before Caitlin Harrigan removed her name from consideration after 2 1/2 years of stalling by Republician senators. This should mitigate the log jam in the D.C. Circuit.

    Now maybe Janice Rogers Brown won't get so many cases. That would be a relief.

  • Anonymous

    “historic vote”; “compelling Democrats to turn to the so-called 'nuclear option'".

    Kind words. If Republicans had changed the filibuster rules, we would likely be reading about a “partisan vote” “by Republicans turning to the unprecedented nuclear option.”

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