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Amy Coney Barrett lived in house linked to faith group

Mid-Day Thursday, 8 October 2020
As a young law student, Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett lived in a house owned by co-founders of People of Praise, a religious community that teaches that men are divinely ordained as the "heads" of both family and faith. Barrett has not publicly discussed her role with the secretive organization founded in South Bend,...
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