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September 05, 2008


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Tom McFadden

Thanks for reporting on the ongoing issue... Could you keep it up? There is a follow up story reported by the AP today:

"It is very important to get to the bottom of the U.S. attorney firings, and the extraordinary White House efforts to keep Harriet Miers from testifying only underscore the committee's need to hear from her," said House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers, D-Mich., who watched the arguments. (Associated Press 9/16/08)

- Tom


I believe the name is Josh Bolton not Josh Bates.

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