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Morning Docket: 10.14.16

Senator Mike Lee, an influential member of the Senate Judiciary Committee (and a former Supreme Court clerk himself), explains why Republicans won't confirm Judge Merrick Garland to SCOTUS in the lame-duck session. [Washington Post via How Appealing] Jaroslawa Zelinsky Johnson, former managing partner of Chadbourne & Parke's defunct Kiev office, wants in on Kerrie Campbell's sex discrimination suit against the firm.
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