US Senate Breaking News: Senate OKs Latest Obama Nominee, Despite Grumbling

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US Senate Breaking News: Senate OKs Latest Obama Nominee, Despite Grumbling

by Wochit 0:51 mins

US Senate Breaking News: Senate OKs Latest Obama Nominee, Despite Grumbling

by Wochit 0:51 mins

The Senate has easily confirmed Fred Hochberg for a second term heading the Export-Import Bank as a bipartisan pact seems to be holding over seven of President Barack Obama's stalled nominations. Senate leaders struck a deal recently to avoid the "nuclear option," as Republicans relented and allowed a series of President Barack Obama's stalled nominees to move forward toward confirmation. Congressional sources said a tentative U.S. Senate deal has been reached to have President Barack Obama withdraw two of his embattled nominees to the National Labor Relations Board and offer a pair of new ones that organized labor helps pick.

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