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Democrats Aim To Send Election-Year Message By Boycotting Barrett Vote

NPR Thursday, 22 October 2020
A Senate panel is to vote Thursday on Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination. Democrats plan to boycott the meeting and not participate in the vote to send her nomination to the full Senate.
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The Senate Judiciary Committee has advanced Judge Amy Coney Barrett's supreme court nomination to the full senate. Democrats were planning to boycott today's vote by not showing up.

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