Schiff, Davis introduce resolution urging firing of attorney general

Marre, Klaus
May 2007
Hill;5/22/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 61, p14
The article reports that Democrat representatives Adam Schiff and Artur Davis presented a resolution which calls for the resignation of Alberto Gonzales, the U.S. attorney-general. The two lawmakers urged President George W. Bush to fire the attorney-general whom they accuse of failure to assure the public that the laws of the nation are implemented in a self-governing, nonpartisan and in judicious way. According to Schiff, he is disappointed how Gonzales mismanage the Department of Justice.


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