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Senate Abandons Century-Old Tradition In Confirming 9th Circuit Nominee

The U.S. Senate abandoned a century-old tradition Tuesday when it voted to confirm a controversial judicial nominee to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Senators voted 53-46 to confirm Eric D. Miller, a Seattle lawyer, to the bench over the objections of both Washington's U.S. senators.

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