CRS reports about presidential nominations

On October 12, 2005, we posted several CRS reports about presidential nominations.

We’re going to keep this at the top for a few weeks, which is why it is dated January 15, 2006.
The Congressional Deskbook discusses presidential appointments and the confirmation process: Sec.10.80, Congress and the Executive: Appointments; Sec. 10.81, Confirmation Procedure; and Sec. 10.121, Nominations to Federal Courts.
The Alito Nomination: First Day Jitters And Seconded Arguments, Half-Cocked Theories And Full-Bore Rants,” The Blogometer, January 10, 2006. Good blog roundup.
From FactCheck.org (Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania)

Frist begins pre-emptive strategy on Alito vote: Says he’s prepared to block Democrats if they seek to filibuster nominee,” AP on MSNBC, December 11, 2005

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