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Barrett joins Supreme Court ahead of politically charged legal fights

CBS News Tuesday, 27 October 2020
There will be no slow transition for Justice Amy Coney Barrett as she takes her seat on the Supreme Court.
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Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed and sworn in on Monday. Barrett is now a Supreme Court Justice. According to CNN, Barrett could serve three-decades or longer. The conditions under which Barrett is serving are unprecedented. Her Senate vote of 52-48 was one of the closest in history. President Donald...

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