NRSC Chairman Cornyn to oppose Sotomayor

NRSC Chairman Cornyn to oppose Sotomayor

Washington : DC : USA | Jul 23, 2009 at 11:13 AM PDT
Source: The Hill
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He is also a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and a former Texas Supreme Court justice.   His decision to oppose Sotomayor is a signal to other Republicans that they can oppose the nation’s first Hispanic nominee to the Supreme Court without too much fear of offending Hispanic voters. “While... FULL ARTICLE AT The Hill
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