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Obama met with Chicago's Diane Wood, potential Supreme Court pick

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WASHINGTON--President Obama met with Chicago based federal appeals court judge Diane Wood, mentioned as a potential Supreme Court nominee, scooped Bloomberg News reporters Ed Chen and Greg Stohr.


Bloomberg: "Wood, a judge on the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago, was in Washington today attending a conference on judicial independence at Georgetown University's law school. She told a reporter during a break that she was in Washington for that session and declined to say whether she had been to the White House."

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A GOOD CANDIDATE WITH JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE. I WOULD WANT A PERSON WHO UNDERSTANDS LIFE AND MORALITY WHERE JUSTICE ORIGINATES.

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