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Parties Split over Appeals Court Nominee

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Parties Split over Appeals Court Nominee

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Parties Split over Appeals Court Nominee

Parties Split over Appeals Court Nominee

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Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee question federal appeals court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Republicans praise the White House staff secretary while Democrats are critical of Kavanaugh's record advising Bush on other federal court nominess. NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports.

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