She disallowed them from the normal recruitment process on campus. She went out of her way to do soUnder the U.S. Supreme Court: Kagan headed for OK Corral Jun 06, 2010
I'm not sure exactly what (the president) meant by thatU.S. Supreme Court: Forces jockey for high court confirmation fight Apr 18, 2010
I think you've got to be careful about that. I don't believe that is a fundamental judgment call on whether a person can be a good judge or notUnder the U.S. Supreme Court: Kagan headed for OK Corral Jun 06, 2010
I hope we do not do that. I voted against (successful Obama nominee Justice Sonia) Sotomayor, but that was not a filibuster, and I think we'll just see how it plays out. Depends on the quality of the nomineeU.S. Supreme Court: Forces jockey for high court confirmation fight Apr 18, 2010
I don't think the people of New York want this trial anywhere in their state or their city ...Holder grilled by senators Apr 14, 2010
University of Alabama (J.D.)
Jefferson Beauregard "Jeff" Sessions III (born December 24, 1946) is the junior United States Senator from Alabama. First elected in 1996, Sessions is a member of the Republican Party. He serves as the ranking minority member on the Senate Budget Committee.
Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III was born in Selma, Alabama, the son of Abbie (née Powe) and Jefferson Beauregard Sessions, Jr. His father owned a general store and then a farm equipment dealership. Sessions grew up in the small town of Hybart. In 1964 he became an Eagle Scout. In his adult life, he became a recipient of the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award from the Boy Scouts of America.