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Miers speeches backed stronger executive branch

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / October 18, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Earlier this year, Supreme Court nominee Harriet E. Miers used several speeches to push for expanding President Bush's powers to protect the United States against terrorism, arguing that ''a nation at war" needs a stronger executive branch, according to transcripts the White House has provided to the Senate Judiciary Committee. (Full article: 1137 words)

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