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July 16, 2012

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Rick

"President Barack Obama could become the first president in recent history to have more judicial vacancies at the end of his first term than when it started."

And President Obama will likely be the first president in 50 years to not have a DC Circuit nominee confired (GOP filibistered Caitlin Halligan in Dec. 2011)...President Bush had 4 confirmations to this high profile court, incl. 2 extremely controversial nominees in Janice Rogers Brown, and Brett Cavanaugh..

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