Congress nixes chance of Obama recess appointments (AFP) – 1728th Edition

28 05 2011

Republican senators forced the US Senate to stay in session over its week-long Memorial Day break in a bid to prevent President Barack Obama from nominating a controversial head of a new consumer protection bureau. He is expected to name Elizabeth Warren, pictured at a May 24 hearing.(AFP/File/Saul Loeb)AFP – Republican senators on Friday forced the US Senate to stay in session over its week-long Memorial Day break in a bid to prevent President Barack Obama from nominating a controversial head of a new consumer protection bureau.

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