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Divided no more? Court opening may draw Democrats together

3 monthes ago   |   By My Sanantonio

WASHINGTON - Democrats in Congress have fractured repeatedly over President Joe Biden's agenda, stalling legislation and creating an atmosphere of mistrust that has made it increasingly difficult for progressives and centrists to work together.
But one area where the party has not cracked, not even an inch, is on Biden's nominations to the courts.
That ironclad unity has helped Biden appoint the most judges during the first year of a presidency since John F. Kennedy. The achievement is giving Democrats hope that the coming fight over the Supreme Court seat will allow them to go on the...
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