William Barr Confirmed as Attorney General

Headline Roundup February 14th, 2019

The Senate voted 54-45 to confirm William Barr as the next Attorney General. Some have said he has the right experience for the job, as he had the same post during former President George H. W. Bush's tenure, while others have criticized his record on criminal justice.

William Barr Confirmed as Attorney General

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Here’s why Trump’s attorney general nominee worries criminal justice reformers.

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The U.S. Senate confirmed William Barr as attorney general on Thursday, installing a seasoned lawyer with decades of Washington experience to head the Justice Department and

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With the confirmation of William Barr as the 85th Attorney General of the United States, we now have an experienced hand leading the Department of Justice.

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