Meetings held by the Senate to gather information about candidates for federal office nominated by the president of the United States. Under the Constitution, the president has the right to appoint whomever he wants to various government offices, including members of the cabinet and federal judges, but each appointment must be approved by the Senate as part of the separation of powers.
The decision brings the gun issue front-and-center in her confirmation hearings this week.
Seems an appropriate photo for today's Senate confirmation hearings.
Murthy had his Senate confirmation hearings in February, but since then?