Manuel Miranda

Chairman, Third Branch Conference

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Former aide to Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee and  counsel to former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist; chair of the Third Branch Conference, a coalition working to influence nominations to the federal courts

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