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President Bush last week ended the American Bar Association’s decades-long practice of vetting candidates for federal court appointments. A panel talks about the politics and history behind this controversial decision.
- C. Boyden Gray Former White House counsel to Pres. George H.W. Bush and chairman of the Committee for Justice
- Nan Aron President of the Alliance for Justice
- Neil Lewis Of the New York Times
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