Majority Press

March 2022
Senate Confirms Alison Nathan to Second Circuit Court of Appeals
Durbin Questions Judge Jackson on Freedom of the Press
Following Durbin's Questioning, Judge Jackson Reiterates Her Duty as a Public Defender was to Provide the Right to Counsel
Senate Judiciary Committee Announces Witness List for Final Day of Hearings on Supreme Court Nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
Following Durbin's Questioning, Judge Jackson Reiterates that she will Maintain Separation Between the Judiciary and Policymaking
Durbin Questions Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on the Right to Counsel
Durbin Questions Judge Jackson on the False, Debunked Claims Made by Senator Hawley
Durbin Questions Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on her Judicial Philosophy During Second Day of her Nomination Hearing to the Supreme Court
Durbin Delivers Opening Remarks at First Day of Confirmation Hearings for Supreme Court Nominee Judge Jackson
Senate Judiciary Committee Announces Judge Thomas Griffith and Professor Lisa Fairfax Will Introduce Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson at her Supreme Court Confirmation Hearing
American Bar Association Rates Judge Jackson Unanimously "Well Qualified" to Serve on the Supreme Court
Durbin: When Judge Jackson's Hearing is Complete, America Will Understand what an Outstanding Justice She Will Be
Durbin, Toomey Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Add Ireland to E-3 Non-Immigrant Visa Program
Durbin, Leahy, Padilla, Merkley, Colleagues Encourage Biden Administration's Efforts to Provide a Just Resolution for Families Separated Under the Former President's Cruel "Zero-Tolerance" Policy
Durbin, Lead Senate Sponsors Celebrate the Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act
A Proven Consensus Builder, Ketanji Brown Jackson Receives Broad Support from Across the Political Spectrum
Durbin Delivers Opening Statement at Immigration Subcommittee Hearing on Removing Barriers to Legal Migration
Senate Judiciary Committee Announces Logistics for Hearings on Supreme Court Nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
Senate Passes Bipartisan Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization
Judiciary Committee Advances Six District Court Judges, Two U.S. Attorneys
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