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Byline: Steve Goldstein
WASHINGTON _ Declaring that he knows enough about John G. Roberts Jr. to find him "well-qualified" to be chief justice of the United States, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) announced his intention yesterday to vote for Roberts' confirmation when the panel meets Thursday.
Specter, in a half-hour speech on the Senate floor, said that although Roberts failed to answer some of his questions during last week's hearings, "I believe he went somewhat beyond the usual practice of answering just as many questions as he had to in order to be confirmed."
All 10 Republicans on the committee are expected to vote …