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'Certainly possible': Donald Trump says Amy Coney Barrett could help Supreme Court upend abortion laws

SBS Monday, 28 September 2020
Amy Coney Barrett's appointment would give the US Supreme Court a six-three balance in favour of conservative opinion.
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