Washington Post reporter examines the Hispanic reaction to a prolonged fight over the confirmation of President Obama's pick for Labor secretary.
The full Senate will consider confirmation of President Obama's pick for labor secretary after a Senate committee voted Thursday to move forward with the process.
A Senate committee will vote Thursday on whether to move forward with confirmation proceedings for Thomas Perez, the president's pick for labor secretary.
Tomas Perez's nomination may become a political litmus test.
Republicans suspect Thomas Perez, head of the Justice Department's civil rights division, bargained to keep St. Paul from challenging housing-discrimination guidelines at the Supreme Court.
In the Loop’s news roundup, the Senate is slow on the nomination of Tom Perez; the “chicks dig it” factor on military uniforms; and about that Benghazi hearing.
In a much closer decision, Thomas Perez, nominee for labor secretary, survived a key procedural vote.