Murray Waas reports that Dan Bogden, one of the U.S. attorneys infamously fired by the Bush Department of Justice, could be reinstated by the Obama administration. Both senators from Bogden's home state of Nevada, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D) and Sen. John Ensign (R), support him, and, as Waas notes, the move might send a message on how the Obama administration sees the department, past and future.

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