Gonzales no-confidence vote set for mid-June in Senate Michael Sung at 9:08 AM ET
[JURIST] The US Senate has scheduled debate and a vote on a resolution expressing the Senate's lack of confidence [JURIST report] in Attorney General Alberto Gonzales [JURIST news archive] for mid-June. Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-NY) [official website] said Thursday that 26 Democratic senators join him in co-sponsoring the no-confidence resolution. A decision whether to recruit Republican co-sponsors will be made next week. Debate on the no-confidence resolution is expected to proceed after the Senate completes work on comprehensive immigration reform.
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