Delay in naming Byrd's replacement could complicate reform bill

07/8/2010 | Reuters

Joe Manchin, governor of West Virginia, said he will not name a successor for Sen. Robert Byrd until the state's attorney general releases an opinion regarding election law. A delay in naming Byrd's replacement could complicate passage of legislation that would overhaul financial regulations. Democrats need 60 votes to advance the legislation in the Senate.

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