Toomey Urges Committee to Approve Judicial Nominees

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pennsylvania, asked for the approval of two federal district court nominees who had been held over from the last committee vote.

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  • Michael Ochoa

    Pa. desperately needs a federal bench ready to deal with the tidal wave of RICO and Qui Tam cases about to flood the Court. Its been a long time coming:

  • John Wills

    Toomey was quick to join the chorus of GOP Senators who oppose giving an Obama nominee to the Supreme Court even a Hearing. , much less a vote. Now he sings the virtues of bipartisanship. Hypocrisy -- thy name is Toomey.

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