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WASHINGTON, DC – Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Chair Marcia L. Fudge released the following statement on Loretta Lynch’s nomination to be the next United States Attorney General:

“I congratulate U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch on her nomination to be the next U.S. Attorney General. Her long, accomplished career as a prosecutor illustrates her commitment to protecting the rights of citizens and her passion for securing justice for all.

“The nomination of Ms. Lynch, who would become the nation’s first African American female Attorney General, has signaled that the President is uncompromising and determined that our country’s top attorney be dedicated to doing what is right for the American people. President Obama has nominated one of the best and brightest to help lead this nation and move our justice system forward.

“I commend President Obama for this selection, and request the confirmation of Ms. Lynch without delay.”

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