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Barrett Confirmation Hearings for Supreme Court


Oct. 27, 2020, Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett Sworn In and Greeted with a Request to Recuse Herself in an Election Case, CNN

Oct 26, 2020, Senate Confirms Barrett to Supreme Court and adjourns until post-election session, Washington Examiner

Oct 26, 2020, Sen. Hirono says, 'Hell no,' while casting her vote against ACB for Supreme Court, Fox News

Oct 25, 2020, Senate votes to advance Barrett nomination to Supreme Court, setting up final vote Monday, Washington Examiner

Oct 17, 2020, Editorial: Amy Coney Barrett Hit a Home Run, Washington Examiner

Oct 16, 2020, RNC Chairwoman: Barrett was interrupted 78 times during hearing, and media didn't call it 'mansplaining', Washington Examiner

Oct 15, 2020, Law/Analysis: 2 Female Senators Share Perspectives on Amy Coney Barrett Hearings, Daily Signal

Oct 14, 2020, 8 Big Moments from Day 3 of Barrett's Confirmation Hearings, Daily Signal

Oct 14, 2020, These 12 Incidents of Defensive Gun Use Underscore Importance of a Justice Barrett, Daily Signal

Oct 14, 2020, Dem Sen. Mazie Hirono Asks Amy Coney Barrett if she has ever committed sexual assault, Daily Signal

Oct 14, 2020, Barrett Addresses Attacks on Her Adopted Children, Daily Signal

Oct 13, 2020, Six Key Issues Aired on Day 2 of Barrett's Confirmation Hearings, Daily Signal

Oct 13, 2020, MSNBC staffers and contributors are having a slow-motion meltdown over Amy Coney Barrett, Washington Examiner

Oct 13, 2020, Dem Senator Amy Klobuchar, who smirked at Black Panthers, asks Judge Barrett about voter intimidation, Washington Examiner

Oct 13, 2020, Barrett Hearings [Day 2]: Questions Reveal More than Answers, Family Research Council

Oct 13, 2020, 'We Wept Together': Barrett on How George Floyd's Death Affected Her Black Children, Daily Signal

Oct 12, 2020, Nine Takeaways From Day 1 of Barrett Confirmation Hearings, Daily Signal

Vote to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court was taken on Monday evening, October 26, 2020.

Let U.S. Senators Tim Kaine and Mark Warner how you felt about their failure to support the Barrett nomination.

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