"Leading GOP senators blast Kagan's work as clerk":
The Associated Press has this report
"Today, President Obama nominated James E. Graves, Jr. to serve on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit."
So begins a news release
that the White House issued today. The nominee
currently serves as a Justice on the Supreme Court of Mississippi
"Liberal group: Pro-business tilt on Roberts court."
Mark Sherman of The Associated Press has this article
. The report referenced in the article's headline can be accessed here
"Senate panel approves Matheson for federal appeals court; But Arizona senator expresses reservations about nominee's war-on-terror writings":
The Salt Lake Tribune has this news update
"Chatigny Clears Senate Committee":
The Hartford Courant has this news update
Alexander Bolton of The Hill has a news update headlined "Judiciary advances circuit court nominee after bitter fight over serial-killer case."
And at "The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times," David Ingram has a post titled "Polarized Vote Advances Nominee for 2nd Circuit."
They predicted this would happen:
Today, the Court of Appeals of Maryland
-- that State's highest court -- struck down on First Amendment grounds a Montgomery County, Maryland ordinance that prohibits accepting anything of value in exchange for fortunetelling. You can access today's ruling at this link
Update: Last August, as I previously noted here, The Washington Post published an article about the man who brought this lawsuit.
"Kagan has many achievements, but her world has been relatively narrow":
Ann Gerhart and Philip Rucker have this article
today in The Washington Post.
The Boston Globe reports today that "Groups seek forum by fighting Kagan; See chance to raise cash and profiles."
The Oklahoman contains an article headlined "Sen. Tom Coburn meets Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan, criticizes process for confirming high court justices; GOP Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma says Senate Judiciary Committee can't rely on what nominees tell them because Sonya Sotomayor said one thing and did another."
The Associated Press has a report headlined "Coming Friday: 30,000 more pages of Kagan files."
And The Washington Times has an editorial entitled "Kagan's threat to gun owners: Nominee has a past that is opposed to individual self-defense."
Hagan meets Kagan: