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Pelosi Argues No ‘Equivalence’ When Asked If Amy Coney Barrett is ‘Owed’ a Vote Like Merrick Garland Was

Mediaite Sunday, 27 September 2020
House Speaker *Nancy Pelosi* asserted its impossible to argue that Judge *Amy Coney Barrett* is "owed" a confirmation vote to the Supreme Court, just as *Merrick Garland* was owed back in 2016.
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