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Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Senate confirms Brown as appeals court judge









After two years of stalling the nomination Janice Rogers Brown was finally confirmed today in the Senate. The vote was 56-43 with only Democrat Ben Nelson of Nebraska joining the Republicans. Shortly after confirmation of Brown the Senate voted to go ahead with the vote tomorrow on General William Pryor. This will be the last of the three nominations the Democrats agreed to let through without a filibuster, thus ending the much talked about pact.

Now all that remains to be seen is what happens with the other seven nominees the Democrats were stalling on.

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