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May 18, 2011

Inside Harry Reid's inner sanctum

Inside Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's office, or one of them, awaiting a brief photo opportunity with 9th Circuit Court of Appeals nominee Goodwin Liu.

With time to spare, crowded into small space, staring into cabinet stuffed with various awards and honors. There are the expected, like a signed photo of Reid with President Barack Obama ("To a great friend and a great leader, happy 70th"), and then there are the unexpected, like this, engraved on a small statue topped by a star:

Annual Fruitcake Society: Award for Valor 2002.




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"Suits & Sentences" is a legal affairs blog written by Michael Doyle, a reporter for McClatchy's Washington Bureau. He was a Knight Journalism Fellow at Yale Law School, where he earned a Master of Studies in Law; he also earned a Masters in Government from The Johns Hopkins University with a thesis on the Freedom of Information Act. He teaches journalism as an adjunct instructor at The George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs.

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