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The senators to watch during Supreme Court nomination fight

CBS News Sunday, 20 September 2020
The fate of the next Supreme Court nominee, yet unnamed, rests with a narrowly divided Senate with weeks before the presidential election. Here are some of the GOP senators to keep an eye on.
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