This is arguably the most difficult position to fill in the federal government when it comes to Senate confirmationPerez to face tough confirmation hearing Apr 05, 2009
If you're not willing to follow the law, then you can't claim a right to make the law for everyone else. And of course that's what you're doing when you voteGroups push for ex-felons' voting rights Sep 23, 2008
Roger Clegg is the President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity. Prior to joining the CEO Clegg served in a variety of capacities within both the Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations, including a position as Deputy Assistant Attorney General in both adminsistrations, Assistant to the Solicitor General, Associate Deputy Attorney General and Acting Assistant Attorney General in the Office of Legal Policy. He is a graduate of Rice University and Yale University.