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'Doubt It'll Change Any Minds': Senate Goes Through Partisan Motions For SCOTUS

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'Doubt It'll Change Any Minds': Senate Goes Through Partisan Motions For SCOTUS

'Doubt It'll Change Any Minds': Senate Goes Through Partisan Motions For SCOTUS

'Doubt It'll Change Any Minds': Senate Goes Through Partisan Motions For SCOTUS

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Republican Lindsey Graham said even though views were set, the hearings for Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination are important. Republicans pushed back against attacks on her faith that have yet to materialize, while Democrats suggested that Barrett would be the end of the Affordable Care Act in the United States.

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