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Sen. Chambliss stalls Sunstein confirmation on animal rights concerns

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Thehill.com and the USSA report Sunstein has expressed some interesting opinions, including a view that aggrieved animals should be able to file lawsuits against humans (with, of course, the help of people). That, as well as Sunstein's comments during a 2007 speech, where he reportedly said hunting should be banned, played a part in prompting U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss, (R-Ga.) to at least temporarily block Sunstein from attaining the OIRA position.

Read Original at: The Star Ledger

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