Senate Confirms Cohen, Ross and Abrams, to U.S. Bench

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Assistant U.S. attorney Leslie Abrams and DeKalb State Court Judge Eleanor Ross made history Tuesday when they were confirmed by the U.S. Senate to become the first African-American women to serve as lifetime-appointed federal district court judges in Georgia.

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Originally appeared in print as Senate Confirms Abrams, Cohen and Ross to U.S. Bench

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  • Fred from Conyers

    Patrick Leahy epitomizes what is wrong with the US Senate. He behaves like a petty third world war lord who has to get in the last shot. He probably thinks he gets some credit for making the last snide comment. A low man in a high place.

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