Who Will Republicans Choose When It Comes to the Nation’s Courts?
While President Obama was wrestling Richard Cordray’s nomination from the graveyard of filibustered nominees, Senate Republicans continued to choose Wall Street over Main Street — this time blocking judges from hearing the people’s claims in courtrooms across America. Now that Mr. Cordray’s appointment is complete, it is time for Senate Republicans to choose between us and the 1 percent when it comes to the nation’s courts.
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This article was originally published in The Huffington Post.
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