Jul 16, 2015

AG Nominee Loretta Lynch Gaining Senate Supporters

Loretta Lynch, the U.S. Attorney in New York who has been tapped by President Obama to be the next attorney general, has been making the rounds to meet with senators, and early indicators suggest that she is winning over Republicans.

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