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Pryor Hearing

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Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee are being called anti-Catholic after Appeals Court nominee William Pryor was asked about his faith at hearings. Democrats are saying the charges are absurd. NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg explains the controversy surrounding nominee William Pryor.

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