Amy Coney Barrett’s Senate hearings continue (LIVE) | USA TODAY

Amy Coney Barrett's Senate hearings continue (LIVE) | USA TODAY 1


The confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett resumes Tuesday, led by the Senate Judiciary Committee.


While Monday's hearing consisted of opening remarks, things are expected to heat up on Tuesday. Senators will question Barrett on her career and her position on issues that could come before the court, including health care, guns, abortion and religion. Each senator will have about 20 minutes to question Barrett. The hearings – tasked with vetting Barrett’s background and stance on issues that could come before the high court – could be key for a number of senators before the November election.

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4 Comments on "Amy Coney Barrett’s Senate hearings continue (LIVE) | USA TODAY"

  1. Millennial children, I just saw Pelosi being interviewed on CNN and it was so sad. I am neither a Republican nor a Democrat I am an independent going out of style. The only thing that makes sense today when it comes to politics is the legalization of marijuana. To be introverted with a good buzz or to be extroverted watching politics kill God… I choose to be introverted going to church in myself. The powers that be are killing God and the world and every morning I wake up I want to go back to sleep. I checked the nuclear clock to find out if I’m still here and unfortunately I find that I still am. It is reality that has gone missing these days.

  2. Rebecca Ainslie | October 13, 2020 at 9:38 PM | Reply

    This guy pays no premiums but is and will be cared for the American people for the rest of his life! One of the perks of the job! And he wishes to deny the taxpayers their healthcare at a navigable rate???!

  3. She’s brilliant!

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