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July, 2009

July 14, 2009

by David Gans, Constitutional Accountability Center

July 13, 2009

Constitutional Accountability Center President Doug Kendall is currently liveblogging the Sotomayor confirmation hearing from the Hart building. This blog will be updated periodically.

Updated 3:02: The Committee is in recess until tomorrow morning, following Judge Sotomayor's opening statement. I will resume liveblogging at 10am tomorrow morning as the main event of the confirmation hearings, Senators' questions, gets going. Thanks so much for reading everyone.

July 10, 2009

Starting Monday morning, July 13, Constitutional Accountability Center (CAC) President and Founder, Doug Kendall, will be liveblogging the Sotomayor confirmation hearings at the Huffington Post. Doug’s liveblog will continue updated throughout the multi-day hearing, and will be continuously cross-posted here at Text & History. Below is the second of a two-part preview of the hearing, giving readers a sense of what to expect next week.
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by Doug Kendall

July 10, 2009

Starting Monday morning, July 13, Constitutional Accountability Center (CAC) President and Founder, Doug Kendall, will be liveblogging the Sotomayor confirmation hearings at the Huffington Post. Doug’s liveblog will continue updated throughout the multi-day hearing, and will be continuously cross-posted here at Text & History. Below is the first of a two-part preview of the hearing, giving readers a sense of what to expect next week.
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by Doug Kendall

July 7, 2009

CAC encourages outside scholars to guest post on Text & History to broaden the range of constitutional topics discussed on the blog and to add additional voices to the topics we are already discussing. The views expressed in these guest posts do not necessarily reflect the views of CAC. This post is by guest blogger David Fontana, Associate Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School.

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