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Why 2 of Amy Coney Barrett's law school classmates oppose her Supreme Court nomination

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While Notre Dame is proud to have its first law school grad tapped for the Supreme Court, not all alums support Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation.
“Anyone concerned with the preservation of the rights of vulnerable people, including women, people of color, and immigrants, should be deeply alarmed by Judge Barrett’s possible confirmation to the highest court in the land,” said Deepa Iyer, a former classmate of Coney Barrett’s. Lynn Sweet has the story…
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