Executive Summary: Kuhl Post-Hearing Report

Introduction

The April 1, 2003 hearing on Carolyn Kuhl’s nomination to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit not only failed to dispel the serious concerns that had been raised about her record, but in fact reinforced them. This is true with respect to each of the three fundamental areas of concern about Kuhl’s record: women’s rights and reproductive freedom; other civil rights issues; and access to justice. Combined with the concerns previously raised by Kuhl’s record, it is clear that her confirmation should be rejected.

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