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Research on Harriet Miers

We’re looking for facts about Miers’ views and history.

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  • What policies did she advocate for on the Dallas City Council?
  • What was her record at the head of the scandal-ridden Texas Lottery Commission?
  • What cases did she take on while working as a corporate lawyer in private practice, and what positions did she fight for?
  • What has she written or said in and outside of her law practice about her views on constitutional issues like privacy, the “commerce clause” or equal protection?
  • White House Council Alberto Gonzales played a pivotal role in softening Americas stance on torture. What positions has Harriet Miers advocated for in the same role?
  • Has she ever publicly distanced herself from George W. Bush?
  • What are her views on environmental protections, corporate crime, and the right to choose?
  • What else should the public know about Harriet Miers?

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