Jackson’s Supreme Court nomination ties in Senate committee but remains on track


Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson cleared a procedural hurdle late Monday on her way to all-but-certain confirmation as the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court.

Three Republicans joined all 50 senators who caucus with the Democrats in voting to move her nomination forward.

The 53-47 tally gives a strong indication for Judge Jackson’s…

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