Biden rolls out second batch of judicial nominees as Democrats push for diversity

Biden rolls out second batch of judicial nominees as Democrats push for diversity


President Joe Biden on Thursday announced his second batch of judicial appointments, a day after his first round began their confirmation hearings in the Senate.

Biden tapped three nominees for vacancies on federal district courts, meaning he has now picked 14 candidates to fill the 78 federal judicial vacancies former President Donald Trump left at the end of his term. Among the nominees were Judge David Estudillo and Tana Lin, an antitrust litigator, for U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, as well as Christine O’Hearn, who practices labor law, for the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.

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All three nominees, the White House noted in a statement, “speak to the president’s strong belief that the federal judiciary should reflect the proud diversity of the nation, both in terms of personal and professional backgrounds.” In his last round of nominations, the

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