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A newly sworn-in Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett would plunge this week into election-related legal battles from swing states.
These are precisely the types of cases her critics say she hurriedly is being sent to hear as a Trump-ally on the bench and will test her resolve under the intense scrutiny of the Washington political class.
Democrats quizzed the nominee during her confirmation hearings about whether she will recuse herself from election challenges, as the high court braces for a record number of disputes in the presidential election.
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First up are lawsuits out of North Carolina, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. The high court will have to decide if the states can extend the time for counting mail-in ballots roughly one week after Election Day, possibly leaving the outcome of the Nov. 3 election.
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