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Filibuster weakened, Senate OK'ing judges faster

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Seven months after curbing filibusters, Democrats are aggressively pushing President Barack Obama's judicial nominees through the Senate, speeding the pace of confirmations and shrinking vacancies on the federal bench to their lowest level since days after Obama took office. The Democratic drive comes with the party facing difficult November elections that could turn over...

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