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Booking the Bench
Aired 1/2/2003

The Republican Party has control of the Senate, the Federal courts need judges, and President Bush has vowed to provide them. At the same time, the closely divided Supreme Court could see openings in the near future. Will the president get to nominate a new Supreme Court Justice? What are the cases and issues hanging in the balance?
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  Jonathan Turley
    law professor at George Washington University
  Terry Eastland
    The Weekly Standard

Originally aired: 1/2/2003

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