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White House: 'Of Course' Senate Democrats Should Vote Conscience On Michael Boggs

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WASHINGTON -- The White House is standing by Michael Boggs, President Barack Obama's beleaguered judicial nominee who has felt the wrath of progressive groups and Democratic lawmakers over his socially conservative record. But if Senate Democrats can't bring themselves to support him, the president will understand.

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Source: HuffPost Live Highlights - on May 15, 2014

News video: Harry Reid: 'I Can't Vote For' Obama Nominee Michael Boggs

Harry Reid: 'I Can't Vote For' Obama Nominee Michael Boggs 01:03

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Wednesday became the first Democratic senator to say he can't support President Barack Obama's judicial nominee Michael Boggs, who has drawn criticism from progressive groups for his record on gay rights, abortion and civil rights.

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