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Judge Barrett at Capitol, meets with GOP senators

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U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice nominee Amy Coney Barrett is on Capitol Hill Wednesday meeting with Republican Senators as the Senate Judiciary Committee is poised to approve Barrett's nomination Thursday, sending it to the Senate. (Oct. 21)
 
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