One week after November's election, the Supreme Court will hear a case in which it will determine whether Obamacare is still constitutional now that there is no longer a penalty attached to the individual mandate.
The hearing is scheduled to begin at 9:00 a.m. ET.
Controversial Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ripped her Republican colleagues on social media Monday night; accusing GOP lawmakers of "co-opting faith" to "advance bigotry and barbarism".
Earlier, a frustrated Sen. They also shared worries that she could help limit the ACA or abortion rights tied to the landmark case Roe v. Wade.
Ms Barrett was seen removing her mask at least once while Mr Lee was speaking, as she took a sip of water.
Barrett defended herself against those accusations and said that she would not let her personal opinions dictate how she rules on cases.
Democrats are concerned about her conservative record and worry she will vote to overturn the Affordable Care Act.
Graham asked Barrett, a devout Catholic and a favorite of religious conservatives, whether she could set aside her religious beliefs in making decisions as a justice.
"Judges can't just wake up one day and say 'I have an agenda". "I will do that still".
And this survey also shows support from Democrats for her confirmation jumped by 13 points. "I'm not hostile to any statute that you pass". On Sunday, a clip resurfaced of McConnell on Fox News, cackling like a caricature of Satan about his role in blocking so many of Barack Obama's court nominees; he wants this confirmation as much as Graham.
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Specifically she asked whether Ms Barrett agreed with the former Supreme Court justice she clerked for and describes as a mentor, the conservative judicial icon Antonin Scalia, that Roe versus Wade was wrongly decided.
Graham said: "We talk about laws legalising same-sex marriage... if anybody tried to change that precedent, one of the things you would look at is a reliance interest that people have formed around that legislation". Thom Tillis, joined the committee for the first time Tuesday, after ending quarantine.
The senator also praised Trump for nominating Barrett, who will be a powerful symbol for conservative women across America.
Similarly, Barrett said as an appellate court judge she has set aside her devout Catholic beliefs to issue rulings according to USA law and could do so again on the Supreme Court.
Ginsburg's legacy was felt throughout Monday's session, with some Democrats wearing lapel pins with her likeness.
She pointed out that Scalia and Justice Clarence Thomas, both originalists, often disagreed.
The last contentious confirmation hearing was in 2018 for Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who was accused of sexual assault at the time. "Yet the majority is rushing this process and jamming President Trump's nominee through the Senate", said Harris.
Graham asked Barrett during her third day of questioning by the Senate Judiciary Committee chaired by the SC senator.
Protesters rallied outside the Senate building, unable to come inside the hearing room.