Biden Takes Office With Fewest Court Openings Since 1989

By Andrew Kragie (January 20, 2021, 10:55 AM EST) -- President Joe Biden took office Wednesday with the fewest judicial vacancies for a new president since 1989 and the fewest appellate openings since at least the 1970s, limiting his ability to match outgoing President Donald Trump's impact after Republicans prioritized confirming judges and changed rules to speed up the process....

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