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Amy Coney Barrett Won’t Commit to Recusing Herself If 2020 Election Is Decided by SCOTUS

HeadlineOct 14, 2020

Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett was back on Capitol Hill Tuesday for a second day of confirmation hearings. During 11 hours of questioning, Barrett repeatedly refused to say how she would rule on several key issues — from reproductive rights to healthcare to voting rights. She also declined to say whether she would recuse herself if the outcome of the 2020 election is decided by the Supreme Court. We’ll have the latest on Judge Barrett’s nomination after headlines.

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