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In keeping with their vow to prevent any more of President Barack Obama's appeals court nominees from being confirmed until after the election, Senate Republicans successfully upheld Monday their filibuster of Judge Robert Bacharach's nomination to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which is based in Denver.

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Grassley disputes claim on Fast and Furious documentsupdated: Fri Jun 22 2012 19:19:00

Sen. Charles Grassley on Friday stepped up his dispute with the White House over Operation Fast and Furious, as three of his Judiciary Committee investigators were provided to bolster Grassley's claim that President Barack Obama's spokesman was wrong Thursday about the fight over documents.

Senate panel passes repeal of Defense of Marriage Actupdated: Thu Nov 10 2011 18:23:00

Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to repeal the federal law that defines marriage as between one man and one woman.

House subcommittee subpoenas immigration records updated: Fri Nov 04 2011 19:15:00

A House subcommittee subpoenaed the Department of Homeland Security on Friday for the names of tens of thousands of illegal immigrants who were arrested by local authorities during the past three years but whom federal immigration officials declined to take into custody.

Same-sex marriage bill stalls in Maryland legislatureupdated: Fri Mar 11 2011 16:01:00

The Maryland House of Delegates decided Friday not to vote on a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage, a sign that the measure did not have majority support within the overwhelmingly Democratic legislative body.

9/11 suspects wait for day in courtupdated: Fri Feb 18 2011 13:00:00

Since November 2009, Attorney General Eric Holder has promised that the alleged 9/11 suspects would be prosecuted.

House GOP pushes abortion restrictionsupdated: Wed Feb 09 2011 07:54:00

House Republicans are holding hearings this week on legislation to restrict federal support for abortion, a move that has little support in the Democratic-controlled Senate or White House, but is of enormous importance to the GOP's socially conservative base.

New fight on abortion rightsupdated: Wed Feb 09 2011 07:54:00

CNN's Dana Bash reports on a new bill that aims to redefine certain abortion rights.

Fight for Senate antipiracy bill ragesupdated: Thu Sep 30 2010 07:34:00

Killing legislation that would enable the government to shut down websites accused of piracy was a top priority for many technology trade groups Wednesday.

Senate continues debate on Kagan nominationupdated: Wed Aug 04 2010 02:40:00

Senators are expected to continue floor debate Wednesday on the nomination of Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court.

Senate begins debate on Kagan nomination to high courtupdated: Tue Aug 03 2010 16:58:00

Senators began floor debate Tuesday on the nomination of Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court, with Republicans mustering little desire to delay a final vote. The 50-year-old solicitor general is expected to be confirmed as the 112th justice on Thursday, and could be sworn into her judicial post by week's end.

Kagan clears Senate Judiciary Committeeupdated: Tue Aug 03 2010 15:48:00

The Senate Judiciary Committee approved the nomination of Elena Kagan as the next Supreme Court justice.

Senate committee delays Kagan vote for a weekupdated: Tue Jul 13 2010 10:38:00

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday delayed its vote on Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan for a week at the request of the panel's ranking Republican.

Senators signal contentious hearing on Supreme Court nomineeupdated: Mon Jun 28 2010 11:34:00

Leading senators on the Judiciary Committee signaled a contentious hearing starting Monday on Elena Kagan's Supreme Court nomination, with some Republicans saying a GOP filibuster was possible.

CNNMoney: Want more jobs? Fix the broken patent systemupdated: Mon Jun 21 2010 04:53:00

After decades of inaction, lawmakers are finally closing in on a sweeping overhaul of America's antiquated, underfunded and extremely broken patent process. The popular move could help spur much-needed innovation and job creation -- but first, it has to get through a Senate logjam.

Key senators call for lifting of oil liability capsupdated: Tue Jun 08 2010 13:15:00

Top Senate Democrats called Tuesday for a sweeping overhaul of the nation's corporate liability laws in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster, arguing that companies currently have little incentive to make safety and environmental concerns a top priority.

Kagan Supreme Court hearings to start June 28updated: Wed May 19 2010 16:15:00

The Senate Judiciary Committee will begin its confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan on June 28, Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont, announced Wednesday.

Replacing Justice Stevensupdated: Tue Apr 13 2010 17:55:00

CNN's Supreme Court Producer Bill Mears on whether the process to replace Justice Stevens will be messy or partisan.

Democratic senators urge action now on Obama's judicial nomineesupdated: Tue Apr 13 2010 17:55:00

The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee lashed out at Senate Republicans on Tuesday for holding up confirmation votes on President Obama's judicial nominees.

Amid praise for Stevens, lines drawn over successorupdated: Fri Apr 09 2010 22:16:00

As reaction mounted to Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens' announcement that he will retire from the high court this summer, members of both parties drew lines over the upcoming battle to replace him.

Justice John Paul Stevens to retireupdated: Fri Apr 09 2010 22:16:00

CNN's Mark Preston says Justice John Paul Stevens retirement gives the President to make his mark on the Supreme Court.

Keep ugliness out of immigration debateupdated: Mon Dec 14 2009 07:06:00

'Tis the season of peace on Earth and good will toward men. Yet you wouldn't know it from the screed from the conservative radio talk show host who recently charged into the immigration debate with gums flapping.

Same-sex marriage bill advances in New Jerseyupdated: Tue Dec 08 2009 11:11:00

The New Jersey Senate is expected to vote Thursday on a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage in the state.

Senate begins final Sotomayor debateupdated: Tue Aug 04 2009 20:50:00

The full Senate began deliberations Tuesday afternoon on the nomination of federal Judge Sonia Sotomayor to become the nation's first Hispanic Supreme Court justice.

Senate Judiciary Committee votes to confirm Sotomayorupdated: Tue Jul 28 2009 15:20:00

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday approved the nomination of federal Judge Sonia Sotomayor to become the nation's first Hispanic Supreme Court justice, setting up a final confirmation vote by the Senate.

Two key GOP senators to oppose Sotomayorupdated: Fri Jul 24 2009 16:20:00

Two key Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee announced their opposition to Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor on Friday, a further sign the party's conservative base is uniting against President Obama's first high court pick.

Senate panel delays vote on Sotomayor nominationupdated: Tue Jul 21 2009 12:26:00

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday delayed its confirmation vote for Judge Sonia Sotomayor by one week, acceding to GOP demands for more time to examine the U.S. Supreme Court nominee's record.

Sotomayor's confirmation hearing starts Mondayupdated: Mon Jul 13 2009 08:01:00

After weeks of meeting senators and preparing for tough questions, Sonia Sotomayor on Monday begins the formal hearings on her nomination to become the nation's first Hispanic Supreme Court justice.

Sotomayor resigns from women's clubupdated: Fri Jun 19 2009 22:21:00

U.S. Supreme Court justice nominee Sonia Sotomayor has quit her membership in a women's club, the New York-based Belizean Grove.

Sotomayor says women's club doesn't discriminateupdated: Tue Jun 16 2009 16:36:00

An all-women's club that counts Supreme Court nominee Judge Sonia Sotomayor among its members does not "discriminate on the basis of sex," she told senators.

Same-sex couple forced apartupdated: Wed Jun 03 2009 22:18:00

An American citizen can't sponsor her British partner because citizenship rights don't extend to same-sex couples.

Same-sex couples fight for immigration rightsupdated: Wed Jun 03 2009 22:18:00

Jared was forced to choose between a dying father and the love of his life.

Sotomayor hits Hill again as GOP's race rhetoric coolsupdated: Wed Jun 03 2009 13:01:00

Judge Sonia Sotomayor continued making the rounds on Capitol Hill Wednesday, meeting several additional U.S. senators who will help decide whether she becomes the country's first Hispanic Supreme Court justice.

Commentary: Selecting a Supreme Court justice is an artupdated: Mon Jun 01 2009 13:55:00

As Judge Sonia Sotomayor prepares to become the next U.S. Supreme Court justice, her lifetime of diligence and speed reading will now be crucial to help her navigate the next phase of her nomination.

Hatch: Sotomayor 'highly likely' to be confirmed, barring surprisesupdated: Thu May 28 2009 21:49:00

The longest-serving Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee told CNN Radio on Thursday that, barring any surprises, Sonia Sotomayor is headed for a Supreme Court confirmation.

Prepping Sotomayor for hearings: Get your game face onupdated: Thu May 28 2009 10:08:00

Turning a federal judge -- even one like Sonia Sotomayor, who has gone through Senate confirmation hearings before -- into a Supreme Court nominee ready for prime time takes a lot of preparation, mock hearings and coaching.

Partisan confirmation hearings expected for Sotomayorupdated: Wed May 27 2009 09:45:00

When Sonia Sotomayor won Senate confirmation to the U.S. Court of Appeals in 1998, all 29 "no" votes were cast by Republicans.

Sources: High court selection process down to finalistsupdated: Wed May 13 2009 21:29:00

The search for a Supreme Court nominee has been trimmed to about half a dozen candidates by top White House officials, and an announcement may come by month's end, two sources close to the selection process tell CNN.

Leahy calls for 'truth commission' on tortureupdated: Wed Mar 04 2009 18:24:00

The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman called Wednesday for the establishment of a nonpartisan "commission of inquiry" to investigate allegations of wrongdoing against former Bush administration officials in their prosecution of the war on terrorism.

Commentary: We can't spend our way to economic salvationupdated: Wed Feb 11 2009 09:15:00

I have been a congressman for 35 days.

Time.com: Terror Probe Rules Delay Soughtupdated: Tue Aug 19 2008 10:00:00

New rules on FBI investigations of national security cases should be delayed, top Senate Judiciary Committee members said Monday

CNNMoney: Futures saddled with surging oilupdated: Wed May 21 2008 08:22:00

Stocks looked set for a lower open Wednesday as crude prices shot to a new record above $130 a barrel.

CNNMoney: Investors eye recovery on Wall Streetupdated: Wed May 21 2008 05:55:00

U.S. stocks looked set to rebound Wednesday from the previous session's selloff, even as crude prices soared to a new record.

CNNMoney: Congress grills Delta, Northwest CEOsupdated: Thu Apr 24 2008 18:00:00

The CEOs of Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines defended their proposed $3.1 billion merger before House and Senate committees Thursday, addressing lawmakers' concerns that the deal would stifle competition in the airline industry or result in massive job losses.

Attorney general to skip 'waterboarding' in testimonyupdated: Mon Jan 28 2008 19:48:00

In prepared remarks he plans to give to Congress Wednesday, Attorney General Michael Mukasey avoids addressing a topic that was the central subject of his confirmation hearing -- whether he considers "waterboarding" a form of torture.

House OKs tighter surveillance despite Bush veto threatupdated: Thu Nov 15 2007 23:31:00

The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives voted largely along party lines Thursday to tighten supervision of the government's electronic surveillance program despite a White House veto threat.

Committee passes surveillance laws update in face of veto threatupdated: Thu Nov 15 2007 18:41:00

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday passed on a strict party-line vote an update to the nation's electronic surveillance laws despite a veto threat from the attorney general.

AG nomination moves one step closer to confirmationupdated: Tue Nov 06 2007 17:09:00

After weeks of controversy over Michael Mukasey's views on waterboarding, the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday approved the former judge's nomination for attorney general.

Mukasey passes committeeupdated: Tue Nov 06 2007 17:09:00

The Senate Judiciary committee weighs the nomination of Judge Michael Mukasey.

Bush attorney general nominee gets key Democratic supportupdated: Fri Nov 02 2007 17:57:00

The confirmation of Michael Mukasey as attorney general was all but assured Friday when two key Democratic senators said they will vote in favor of the nominee despite questions about his views on "waterboarding" and the president's power to order electronic surveillance.

Bush: Mukasey's approval crucial to U.S. securityupdated: Thu Nov 01 2007 18:54:00

President Bush on Thursday urged the Senate Judiciary Committee to move quickly to approve his nominee for attorney general, saying it's crucial to national security to fill the position.

Mukasey's murkinessupdated: Thu Nov 01 2007 16:02:00

Attorney General nominee Michael Mukasey's evasive answers on torture raise concerns. CNN's Ed Henry reports

Mukasey stays vague on waterboardingupdated: Thu Nov 01 2007 16:02:00

President Bush's pick for attorney general called the interrogation technique known as waterboarding a "repugnant" practice Tuesday, but again refused to say whether it violates U.S. laws banning torture.

Top GOP senator: Attorney general nomination 'at risk'updated: Wed Oct 31 2007 19:25:00

A top GOP senator Wednesday warned that Michael Mukasey's nomination for attorney general is "at risk" because the retired federal judge refused to categorically declare that a controversial interrogation technique is torture.

Telecoms that helped warrantless spying could get off the hookupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 14:27:00

A bill that would grant immunity to telecommunications companies helping out in a no-warrant eavesdropping program authorized by President Bush and reinstate some court oversight to surveillance was OK'd by a Senate panel Thursday.

Mukasey nomination may soothe strains between Democrats, Bushupdated: Tue Sep 18 2007 09:42:00

The nomination of retired Judge Michael Mukasey for attorney general drew praise from Democrats and may help overcome some of the enmity left behind by former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.

Bush nominates Mukaseyupdated: Tue Sep 18 2007 09:42:00

President Bush announced Monday morning that he has chosen a former federal judge, Michael Mukasey, as attorney general.

Time.com: Arlen Specter's Careful Dissentupdated: Fri Aug 03 2007 14:00:00

The ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee has become a thorn in the Administration's side over Attorney General Gonzales. But is he more bark than bite?

White House invokes executive privilege for Rove in attorney firings updated: Thu Aug 02 2007 08:28:00

The White House has invoked executive privilege to keep President Bush's top political adviser, Karl Rove, from having to testify Thursday about the firings of at least eight U.S. attorneys.

Gonzales to senators: 'I may have created confusion'updated: Thu Aug 02 2007 00:01:00

With potential perjury accusations hanging over him, embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales sent a letter to Senate leaders Wednesday acknowledging he "may have created confusion" in his previous testimony.

Gonzales calls it confusion; Specter calls it 'misleading'updated: Wed Aug 01 2007 22:27:00

The ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee said he's not satisfied with Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' attempt to clarify his testimony about no-warrant surveillance.

Former U.S. official: Gonzales 'splitting hairs' in testimonyupdated: Mon Jul 30 2007 04:17:00

A dispute within the Bush administration in 2004 over a secret surveillance program centered on data mining, not eavesdropping, a former government official told CNN Sunday.

FBI chief's wiretap concernsupdated: Fri Jul 27 2007 08:31:00

FBI chief's wiretap concerns

FBI director appears to contradict Gonzales' testimonyupdated: Fri Jul 27 2007 08:31:00

FBI Director Robert Mueller told Congress Thursday that the confrontation between then-White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales and then-Attorney General John Ashcroft in Ashcroft's hospital room in 2004 concerned a controversial surveillance program -- an apparent contradiction of Senate testimony given Tuesday by Gonzales.

White House: Dems don't want truthupdated: Fri Jul 27 2007 03:08:00

White House: Dems don't want truth

Snow: Congress creating 'controversies' over Gonzalesupdated: Fri Jul 27 2007 03:08:00

The White House and Justice Department say what looks like a contradiction between testimony of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and FBI Director Robert Mueller is nothing more than a confusion of terms.

White House defies congressional subpoenasupdated: Thu Jun 28 2007 16:26:00

President Bush on Thursday refused to comply with subpoenas sent by House and Senate committees requesting documents about the firing of several U.S. attorneys last year.

Senator subpoenas Rove's e-mails in attorney firings caseupdated: Wed May 02 2007 16:36:00

The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman issued a subpoena Wednesday to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales in an attempt to get e-mails that President Bush's top political adviser sent regarding last year's firings of eight U.S. attorneys.

Justice official to plead the Fifth before Senate panelupdated: Mon Mar 26 2007 07:05:00

A Justice Department official will refuse to answer questions during a Senate committee hearing on the firing of eight U.S. attorneys, citing her Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate herself, her lawyer said Monday.

Administration to let court monitor domestic spyingupdated: Wed Jan 17 2007 15:00:00

Reversing a position it defended for more than a year, the Bush administration announced Wednesday that it has begun getting court approval before eavesdropping on the communications of suspected terrorists or their associates.

CNNMoney: Senate bill seeks to ban generic payoffsupdated: Wed Jan 17 2007 10:42:00

The Senate Judiciary Committee will consider a bill to get rid of Big Pharma's payoffs to generic drugmakers that keep their low-cost drugs off the market, according to the committee chairman.

Could quicker Rumsfeld exit have kept GOP in power?updated: Sun Nov 12 2006 13:49:00

Still smarting from the rebuke they suffered in last week's elections, Republicans were split Sunday over whether ousting Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld earlier might have kept their party in power.

Senate opens flag-burning debateupdated: Mon Jun 26 2006 17:05:00

The Senate began debate Monday on a proposed constitutional amendment that would prohibit the desecration of the American flag, the latest in a series of election-year votes pushed by the chamber's Republican leaders.

Senate passes immigration billupdated: Thu May 25 2006 10:24:00

The Senate approved a wide-ranging overhaul of immigration laws Thursday, voting 62-36 to bolster security at the Mexican border and to grant many illegal immigrants a path toward citizenship.

Gang of 14 not settled on Kavanaughupdated: Wed May 10 2006 20:39:00

The bipartisan "Gang of 14" senators met Wednesday on two of President Bush's judicial nominees, with members reserving judgment on one candidate and asking for a new hearing on the other.

Specter: Windfall tax for oil companies 'worth considering'updated: Sun Apr 23 2006 22:08:00

Amid rising gas and oil prices, a leading Republican said on Sunday that the U.S. government should consider imposing a windfall tax on oil company profits.

Democrats set up immigration test voteupdated: Tue Apr 04 2006 08:17:00

As Senate Democrats moved Tuesday to force a procedural vote on a controversial immigration bill, the White House left the door open for support of a proposal that provides a legalization process for illegal immigrants.

The immigration divideupdated: Sun Apr 02 2006 12:09:00

The numbers tell the story -- one of conflicted values and little resolution.

Frist fires opening shot on immigration updated: Wed Mar 29 2006 04:30:00

The Senate opened an election-year debate on immigration on Wednesday, with Majority Leader Bill Frist saying he will oppose a controversial proposal to allow illegal immigrants to eventually work toward legal status.

Protests precede Senate immigration battleupdated: Tue Mar 28 2006 02:16:00

Students and other immigration supporters rallied Tuesday against proposed restrictions they view as fundamentally un-American as debate swirled in Washington on how to overhaul immigration.

Public Nuisancesupdated: Thu Jan 26 2006 16:51:00

I cannot rid from my mind the name Alioto, Judge Samuel Alioto. That is the name of Judge Samuel Alito as pronounced by the delightful Sen. Edward Kennedy, or is it Eduardo Kennedino? No, it is simply Teddy, and he is as entertaining as any U.S. Senator since the days of the soused Southerners, who would tipple their way through the dreamy days on Capitol Hill, rousing themselves for histrionic oratory in the mid-afternoon and then slumping back into their seats, awaiting the late afternoon hour when they would all gather in one or another's chambers for a "restorative" -- then on to dinner.

Counting the votesupdated: Tue Jan 17 2006 11:20:00

The Senate Judiciary Committee won't vote on Judge Samuel Alito until next week, but it seems pretty clear he will be the next Supreme Court justice and will move the court to the right compared with the woman he's replacing, Sandra Day O'Connor. Well, why not?

On the record: Alito's answersupdated: Tue Jan 10 2006 09:30:00

Senators on the Judiciary Committee began questioning Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito on Tuesday. Click on a topic for excerpts of his answers on key issues.

Transcript of Alito statementupdated: Tue Jan 10 2006 08:43:00

Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday, the first day of confirmation hearings.

Bar association: Supreme Court nominee 'well-qualified'updated: Wed Jan 04 2006 12:23:00

Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito has been given the American Bar Association's highest rating for professional stature and integrity, an important political legal barometer, as he prepares for confirmation hearings next week.

Lawmakers react to Miers' withdrawal updated: Thu Oct 27 2005 09:44:00

Following are brief statements Thursday in reaction to the withdrawal of Harriet Miers as President Bush's nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court:

Watchdog says FBI violated surveillance rulesupdated: Tue Oct 25 2005 13:21:00

A government watchdog is calling on the Senate Judiciary Committee to investigate at least 13 occasions of alleged improper use of FBI surveillance, including searches and seizures of e-mail and bank records.

Precedent works against White Houseupdated: Wed Aug 03 2005 16:41:00

Remarkably little is known about Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts, other than the bare bones of his resume.

'Gang of 14' members cast doubt on court stalemateupdated: Thu Jul 21 2005 05:22:00

Three members of the Senate's "Gang of 14" are downplaying the possibility of a Democratic filibuster to block the nomination of Judge John Roberts Jr. to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Bush urges fair hearing for high court nomineeupdated: Sat Jul 16 2005 12:31:00

Although he named no nominees, President Bush on Saturday urged senators to "rise above partisanship" in the confirmation process of any new Supreme Court justice to replace Sandra Day O'Connor.

Senate showdown set for Tuesday updated: Fri May 20 2005 13:01:00

After three days of passionate debate over one of President Bush's controversial judicial nominees, Senate Republicans on Friday called for a procedural vote early next week to cut off debate.

Specter diagnosed with Hodgkin's diseaseupdated: Wed Feb 16 2005 17:53:00

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter has been diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease but intends to continue working during treatment, his office announced Wednesday.

A change of pace -- and rules -- in Congressupdated: Fri Nov 19 2004 14:31:00

This White House doesn't fool around. Now the strengthened Republican majority in Congress is saying, "Neither do we."

CNNMoney: iPod in the middle on Capitol Hillupdated: Tue Sep 07 2004 11:08:00

As Congress got back to work this week after a summer break, legislative proposals to ban gay marriage and to revamp the nation's security appartus dominated headlines.

Key senators view Gitmo disturbance tapesupdated: Wed Jul 14 2004 21:30:00

Video of U.S. forces quelling disturbances at the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, facility were shown to members of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, the office of Sen. Patrick Leahy said.

Leahy: Justice Department to probe leaked filesupdated: Mon Apr 26 2004 19:45:00

The top federal prosecutor in New York will lead an investigation into whether computer files of Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats were accessed improperly, the panel's leading Democrat said Monday.

Fortune: Good news for this department, even better news for Yalies, bad news for 13th Street, and other matters. THE ROAD TO THE TOPupdated: Mon Jul 25 1994 00:01:00

Reading over the testimony of Mary Frances Berry before the Senate Judiciary Committee the other day, one felt that ''Only in America'' was still reasonably safe. In recent times one has often worr...

Fortune: The importance of being dishonest, hateful moments in Washington, D.C., metaphysics in a bottle. CRIME AND PREJUDICEupdated: Mon Jun 04 1990 00:01:00

Based on knowledge and belief and a certain amount of off-the-record interviewing, we would aver that the Bush Administration is less ecstatic about the new hate-crimes law than it pretends to be. ...

Fortune: BEER AND ANTITRUST Wholesalers and brewers want to make it easier to control distribution of certain brands.updated: Mon Dec 09 1985 00:01:00

A BRAWL IS BREWING in the Senate as beer wholesalers once again roll out a bill making it easier for them to get exclusive distribution rights within their territories. Soft-drink bottlers got just...

Fortune: Mrs. Public's Butler, Holy Water for Investors, Free Parking for Peruvians, and Other Matters. Still Just Askingupdated: Mon Mar 04 1985 00:01:00

In which your correspondent, for some reason he cannot remember, continues to sit here asking questions to which answers would be superfluous at best: ) How come Teddy Kennedy kept such a low profi...

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