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Senate Confirms Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court

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Senate Confirms Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court

Senate Confirms Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court

On Monday, the Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett, a conservative appeals court judge, to the Supreme Court.


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