Ketanji Brown Jackson Joins U.S. Supreme Court With Bi-partisan 53-47 Vote

Ketanji Brown Jackson Joins U.S. Supreme Court With Bi-partisan 53-47 Vote

By being confirmed to the United States Supreme Court, Ketanji Brown Jackson became the first Black woman to serve on the bench, while still preserving the court’s ideological makeup. Only three Republicans, including Maine’s Susan Collins, Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski, and Utah’s Mitt Romney, voted to confirm the 51-year-old federal judge’s elevation to the position of federal judge. In the Roosevelt Room of the White House, President Joe Biden watched the voting with Jackson, his first Supreme Court pick. The vote was presided over by Vice President Kamala Harris, who was joined in the gallery by her husband, Doug Emhoff. Get…


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