Five of Boyle’s former law clerks write a letter to the Wall Street Journal: “Sen. Bill Frist should proceed promptly with a vote as previously promised, taking the fight to the floor if necessary to rebut the erroneous claims. Otherwise, the appellate confirmation process will spiral downward into the realm of cheap politics and personal attacks.”
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Boyle law clerks urge a vote on Boyle in WSJ
By Will Evans Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting June 20, 2006
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