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“Narrowly elected in 2010 despite a million-dollar barrage of attack ads directed by a group loyal to Karl Rove, Harris quickly demonstrated why the GOP’s corporate backers wanted to keep her out of office.”
To hear more from Ms. Harris, register for the WLA’s 6th Annual Conference, where she will be our keynote speaker!
Columbia Law Professor Kimberle Crenshaw and Harvard Law Professor Catherine MacKinnon explain why the allegations of sexual harassment against Herman Cain and his response presumptively disqualify him as a presidential candidate — a person who seeks to unite and lead. Click here for the full piece.
Nathan, an out lesbian, will be the second out lesbian federal judge with lifetime tenure in the country, joining U.S. District Court Judge Deborah Batts on the bench of the Southern District of New York.
White House spokesman Shin Inouye praised the Senate action, writing, “The President welcomes the confirmation of Alison Nathan. She will serve the American people well from the District Court bench.”