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Democrats urge Pence not to attend Barrett vote after COVID outbreak

CBS News Monday, 26 October 2020
Senate Democratic leaders said Pence's plan to preside over the confirmation vote is a "violation of common decency and courtesy."
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News video: Vice President Mike Pence's top aides test positive for COVID-19, but he continues to work

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Mike Pence plans to preside over the Senate floor during a vote on Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation despite several of his top aides contracting COVID-19.

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