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Calling her Judiciary Committee testimony ?evasive, lacking in substance and, in several instances, incredibly misleading,? Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl said he will vote against Sonia Sotomayor?s nomination to the Supreme Court.
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Arizona Senator Jon Kyl to vote against Sotomayor
Jan Crawford Greenburg reports at "Legalities" (ABC News): "Calling her Judiciary Committee testimony 'evasive, lacking in substance and, in several instances, incredibly misleading,' Arizona Sen...
NPR: 6 GOP Senators To Vote In Favor Of Sotomayor
NPR: "The U.S. Senate vote on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor may tell us more about the Republican party than it does about the nominee. Just six Republicans have so far announced their support for Sotomayor...
Vote on Sotomayor expected at 3 p.m. today
"Sixty-four Senators have expressed commitment to vote for Judge Sotomayor and about 31 have expressed opposition, with five uncommitted. Below, I?ve listed the Senate vote on each of the currently seated Supreme Court Justices ...
The Sotomayor Vote:
The Senate is scheduled to vote on the nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court today at 3pm. It looks like there will be just shy of 70 votes in...
Predicting the Sotomayor Vote:
The National Journal's Ninth Justice blog has posted expert predictions on the timing and final tally of the vote to confirm Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court. Most of the...
Breaking News Sotomayor Confirmed To Sit On Supreme Court
The New York Times reported about a half hour ago that Judge Sotomayor is now Justice Sotomayor. The vote was 68-31. The story can be found here. Mitchell H. Rubinstein
"Sotomayor & Associates" ... meh, who cares
Nothing has happened since May 26 to make me change my initial take on Pres. Obama's nomination of U.S. Circuit Judge Sonia Sotomayor to fill Justice Souter's seat on the Supreme Court...
"Campaign Finance Case and the Vote on Sotomayor"
"Campaign Finance Case and the Vote on Sotomayor": Tony Mauro has this post at "The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times." And at his "Election Law Blog," law professor Rick Hasen has a post titled "Citizens United: What Did Justice Souter Know and When Did He Know It?"
Sotomayor: Get Ready For Comparisons To Souter
Don't expect to learn much about how Sotomayor will vote on the court during this week's hearings, our guest blogger says.
Sotomayor Hearings Live Blog 4: Will Any GOP'er Vote For Sotomayor
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I won't be around to blog about this past 5 pm. But I think there is an interesting political discussion going on about whether any Republicans on the Judiciary Committee will vote for Judge Sonia Sotomayor's confirmation...