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George W. Bush's Second Term As President Of The United States - Domestic Policy - Supreme Court and Federal Reserve Appointments
... Bush enjoyed successful nominations to the Supreme Court and Federal Reserve toward the end of the first year in his second term ... July 1 announcement of her retirement, Bush nominated D.C ... Rehnquist died on September 3, however, and on September 5 Bush withdrew Roberts's associate justice nomination to instead have him considered for the vacant chief justice seat ...
Junior Bush - Presidency - Judicial Appointments - Supreme Court
... of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's retirement on July 1, 2005, Bush nominated John Roberts to succeed her ... William Rehnquist, this nomination was withdrawn and Bush instead nominated Roberts for Chief Justice to succeed Rehnquist ... On October 3, 2005, Bush nominated long time White House Counsel Harriet Miers for O'Connor's position ...
Sandra Day O'Connor - Retirement
... was widely expected to be the first justice to retire during Bush's term, because of his age and his battle with cancer ... In her letter to Bush she stated that her retirement from active service would take effect upon the confirmation of her successor ... On July 19, Bush nominated D.C ...

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