By Political Analyst

Democratic Party lawyers have ruled the committee has the authority to seat half but not all of the delegates from Michigan and Florida. That is less than the Clinton Campaign wanted and needed.

They sent a 38 page memo to the Rules & Bylaws committee explaining that’s legally the farthest the committee can go. The lawyers explain that according to the established rules, the committee can not decide to restore 100% of the disenfranchised delegates from the two states. They want to avoid law suits.

The Rules & Bylaws Committee is meeting at the end of this month to decided what to do. It’s clear from this legal decision even if they restore 50% of the delegates, Hillary’s out of luck.

Full article: http://news.aol.com/elections/story/_a/democrats-cant-fully-restore-delegates/20080528064609990001 Hhttp://news.aol.com/elections/story/_a/democrats-cant-fully-restore-delegates/20080528064609990001ERE.

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