Marge Baker

Executive VP for Policy and Program Planning, People at the American Way

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Executive Vice President for Policy and Program Planning for People at the American Way, a liberal advocacy organization in Washington, DC

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President Obama has nominated Sonia Sotomayor  to replace David Souter on the US Supreme Court.  She has a total of 17 years' experience on the federal bench.

Credentials and Criticisms of Supreme Court Nominee Sotomayor

President Obama has nominated Sonia Sotomayor to replace David Souter on the US Supreme Court.  She has a total of 17 years' experience on the federal bench.

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