Senate Absences Stall Biden’s Judicial Push
“After having helped President Joe Biden safe greater than 100 judges, Democrats are hitting some turbulence of their push to reshape the courts,” NBC News experiences.
“With absences inflicting delays, a customized for dwelling state senators threatening to maintain seats open and storm clouds gathering over a few of Biden’s judicial picks, the subsequent 100 shall be more durable.”
“The Senate Judiciary Committee, which advances nominees for full Senate affirmation, is hindered by two main Democratic absences. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California was hospitalized ‘with a case of the shingles,’ prompting the committee to delay a scheduled Thursday assembly to advance judicial nominees; she stated she hopes to return to Washington ‘later this month.’ And the absence of Sen. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania, who’s getting assist for medical melancholy, pressured Vice President Kamala Harris to interrupt ties for judges this week.”
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