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Judicial Nominations / Filibuster #790476

NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 19, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The 2nd day of debate in the Senate over judicial nominees & the filibuster while talks to head off the “nuclear option” continue reviewed.

(White House: David Gregory) The battle between conservatives & liberals over federal judges examined; details given of the debate over the filibuster. [Lawyer Jay SEKULOW††- says liberal activists are using the courts to get their agenda through.] [“National Journal” Stuart TAYLOR††- comments on the political debate.] [Tuesday, President BUSH – says Americans want judges not to legislate from the bench.] [ANALYST – comments on Bush’s determination to get his judges through.] NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

Williams, Brian;
Gregory, David

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