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A woman's life-work: Labors and experiences of Laura S.

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In one of his first official acts, Chase admitted John Rock, the first African-American to practice before the Supreme Court. Weeks later, however, partisan disagreements over cutting the budget threatened to stall the budget's passage and force a federal government shutdown, but that was avoided (Apr., 2011) with a last minute agreement on $38.5 billion in reductions. As presiding officer of the Senate, he was concerned about the absence of rules governing its proceedings.

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