Bill Moyers on Janice Rogers Brown

If you're not out trick or treating tomorrow evening, please tune in and watch thi show. (If you are, we hope you will set your Tivo and watch it when you get back.)

NOW with Bill Moyers
PBS Broadcast: October 31, 2003 at 9pm ET
(check local listings at http://www.pbs.org/now/sched.html)

There's a bitter battle being waged over President Bush's judicial nominee for the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Janice Rogers Brown's nomination has been called one of the "most divisive judicial nominees in modern times" by The New York Times and "an extraordinary nominee with a compelling personal story" by The Lawyers Weekly. NOW takes viewers inside the chambers of the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation to see American democracy at work and examines what's at stake with this important and controversial nomination.

You'll find out why her record is causing politicans and diverse groups like People for the American Way, NAACP, and the National Bar Association, to name a few, oppose her nomination.

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