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GOP sees momentum in ending judicial filibusters

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / March 15, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Republicans believe they have enough votes to end the filibustering of judicial nominees, a landmark change in Senate rules that would clear the way for President Bush to get conservative judges confirmed but could draw a forceful reaction from minority Democrats, who have threatened to use procedural moves to shut down the chamber in retaliation. (Full article: 1055 words)

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