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Longtime opponents of the law that bars lesbians and gay men from serving openly in the military hailed the Senate's passage of a bill repealing "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," as a civil rights victory.
Conservative jurists and legal academics have long railed against so-called "judicial activism," which they claim is defined as legislating from the bench, as opposed to interpreting the law.
The Senate confirmed eight judicial nominees this weekend, filling two seats on federal appeals courts and six on federal district courts.
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