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Beth Phillips Would be First Woman U.S. Atty. in Kansas City

kansas-city-mapBy Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com
WASHINGTON — It’s hard to believe in the 21st Century that this would be a first.

But apparently that’s the case. President Obama on Wednesday nominated Beth Phillips for U.S. Attorney in Kansas City. That would make her the first woman to hold that high-level position in Kansas City.

The Kansas City Star reported the nomination for the Western District of Missouri.

Phillips became an assistant U.S. Attorney in 2008. Previously, the paper said, she worked in private practice and in the Jackson county prosecutor’s office.

On Wednesday, President Obama also nominated for U.S. Attorney posts:  Stephanie Villafuerte, Colo. Gov. Bill Ritter’s deputy chief of staff for community outreach, for Colorado; and Sanford Coats for the Western District of Oklahoma.


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