Monday, April 11, 2016

President Can Appoint If Senate Declines to Act

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A column in the Washington Post this week-end has stirred the political waters in Washington and the country, according to reports.

Former Supreme Court clerk, Gregory Diskant makes a case for Presidential appointment in the event the Senate waives its right to advise and consent.


President Can Appoint Garland if Senate Waives Right: Post Columnist

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