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[[Image:Miers.jpg|right]]Harriet Miers served as White House Counsel under [[George W. Bush]] from 2004 to 2007.  In 2005, despite never having served as a judge, she was nominated by President [[George W. Bush]] to replace retiring Associate Justice of the Supreme Court [[Sandra Day O'Connor]]. However, when conservative interest groups made their opposition to Ms. Miers clear, she was forced to withdraw her nomination. Bush went on to nominate [[Samuel Alito]], whose nomination succeeded.
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[[Image:Miers.jpg|right]]'''Harriet Miers''' served as White House Counsel under [[George W. Bush]] from 2004 to 2007.  In 2005, despite never having served as a judge, she was nominated by President [[George W. Bush]] to replace retiring Associate Justice of the Supreme Court [[Sandra Day O'Connor]]. However, when conservative interest groups made their opposition to Ms. Miers clear, she was forced to withdraw her nomination. Bush went on to nominate [[Samuel Alito]], a proven conservative, whose nomination succeeded.
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Ms. Miers has recently refused to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee, in response to a subpoena, because President Bush ordered her not to go. She now risks the possibility of imprisonment, should the Senate Judiciary Committee send the [[Sergeant at Arms]] to arrest her.
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Latest revision as of 08:48, 13 July 2016

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Harriet Miers served as White House Counsel under George W. Bush from 2004 to 2007. In 2005, despite never having served as a judge, she was nominated by President George W. Bush to replace retiring Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Sandra Day O'Connor. However, when conservative interest groups made their opposition to Ms. Miers clear, she was forced to withdraw her nomination. Bush went on to nominate Samuel Alito, a proven conservative, whose nomination succeeded.

Ms. Miers has recently refused to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee, in response to a subpoena, because President Bush ordered her not to go. She now risks the possibility of imprisonment, should the Senate Judiciary Committee send the Sergeant at Arms to arrest her.