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Senate committee OKs Amy Coney Barrett. Here's what happens next in her Supreme Court confirmation

Credit: USATODAY.com- Published on October 22, 2020
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court. Here's what happens next.
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