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I've also strongly endorsed the idea of plucking Sen. Mike Lee from the US Senate and placing him on the Court ( update : he is reportedly in the active mix ). Intriguingly, the Weekly Standard's Fred Barnes says he has information about who's made it through to a list of five finalists (even more intriguingly, see Ponnuru's tweet above), each of whom Ben Shapiro reviews here . Hmmm . So when will the conjecture be put to rest with the formal announcement of a nominee? We put that question to Leonard Leo on Benson Harf last night. Leo is on leave from the Federalist Society to reprise his role as senior outside adviser to the president on the Supreme Court vacancy. Leo is exceptionally influential on these issues, having played an intimate role in the selection and confirmation of Justice Gorsuch. He told us to expect two-to-three weeks of extra vetting and consultations, after which the nominee will be unveiled. Beyond that, the Senate traditionally works its way through the confirmation process in 70 to 100 days. If that all plays out as expected, a new justice could be installed by October.

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As I alluded to earlier, people are already doing some quick, back-of-the-envelope calculations about Senate math, in light of various Senators' unique scenarios and interests, as well as current political dynamics. If this plugged-in analyst is even close to right, Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have Makeup Bag Cosmetic Case for Women On Sale Orange polyurethane 2017 One size Guess One size Guess Makeup Bag Cosmetic Case for Women On Sale 2017 Orange RevF95PNb
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The great @SCOTUSblog 's Tom Goldstein predicts the Trump SCOTUS nominee will get 56 Senate votes.

The nominee will matter, of course, but my guess is it'll be closer to the low 50's -- but who knows ? There will be heavy pressure for all Republican Senators to (once again) support the president's pick; I expect that all, or nearly all, will vote yes, assuming the pick is well qualified and comports him- or herself well. There will also be enormous pressure on a group of red state Democrats in tough re-election fights; the Left will loudly demand that they back the party in this high-stakes rumble. But a vote against a strong Trump nominee, on such a massive stage, could prove lethal to the re-election campaigns of Senators representing states carried lopsidedly by the president. As for Chuck Schumer's latest talking points , I'm inclined to tackle those in a separate post. Perhaps needless to say , I find them cynical and unpersuasive . For now, I'll simply leave you with two flashback clips from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's fateful 2013 decision to detonate the nuclear option -- the fallout from which has very much informed the events of the last two years, up to and including the handling of the new SCOTUS vacancy:

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Agriculture is a particularly sensitive sector to the potential impacts of climate change - crop water requirements and seasonal distribution of water demand can be impacted. There are other factors that could lead to variations in the cropping pattern and water requirements, thus, irrigation infrastructure needs to be robust.

This case study deals with tasks that a water irrigation manager has to perform in order to assess and quantify the economic damages and risk posed by climate change to irrigated crops and identify the best adaptation/mitigation options in order to avoid or minimize the damages.

Climate services and indicators are useful to raise awareness on the challenges that climate change pose. New tools and data give irrigation managers the possibility to evaluate climate risks and support risk management for irrigation in the context of climate change.

Climate services and indicators are useful to raise awareness on the challenges that climate change pose. New tools and data give irrigation managers the possibility to evaluate climate risks and support risk management for irrigation in the context of climate change.

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The Romagna Land Reclamation and Irrigation Authority is in charge to maintain and develop the irrigation network in order to meet irrigation demand and minimize agricultural damages in a small agricultural district in the Province of Forlì-Cesena, Rimini and Ravenna (Italy).

Irrigation managers need information on how soil water balance and irrigation demand might change in future, to plan adaptation/mitigation options or new investments in irrigation network and assess the economic damages and risk to irrigated crops.

Through a bottom-up approach to better fulfill the customer's needs and tackle some of its decision making challenge, a simplified soil water balance indicator has been developed (Wetness 1) and combined with crops water demand and irrigation availability in order to assess the agricultural economic damages for the study area. Wetness 1 data provided by SWICCA portal at decadal values has been validated and downscaled to 2 km of spatial resolution, the indicator provides high-resolution information useful for predicting the spatial variation of soil water content (Wetness1 indicator) and consequently the water irrigation needs under climate change scenarios

In particular, the cumulative sum of decadal values representative for each irrigation district can be efficiently adopted by irrigation managers in order to assess the following aspects:

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