- Ketanji Brown Jackson Vows To Be An "Impartial" Supreme Court Justice NPR 14:53
Ketanji Brown Jackson, President Biden’s Supreme Court pick, faced questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday. In a marathon hearing, Jackson said she decides cases “from a position of neutrality” and follows the text of the Constitution. Republican senators questioned her record sentencing criminal defendants and representing detainees and Guantanamo Bay.
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