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Pete Buttigieg Worried About SCOTUS Power Grab by Senate Republicans

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Pete Buttigieg believes there may be immediate consequences for the LGBTQ community -- as well as people with preexisting conditions -- if President Trump succeeds in swiftly replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. Mayor Pete's one of…
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