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Overnight Health Care: Barrett says she’s ‘not hostile’ toward Affordable Care Act | Nominee says she doesn’t classify Roe v Wade as ‘superprecedent’

Welcome to Tuesday’s Overnight Health Care.



a woman smiling for the camera: Overnight Health Care: Barrett says she's 'not hostile' toward Affordable Care Act | Nominee says she doesn't classify Roe v Wade as 'superprecedent' | Eli Lilly pauses study of COVID-19 treatment over safety concerns


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Overnight Health Care: Barrett says she’s ‘not hostile’ toward Affordable Care Act | Nominee says she doesn’t classify Roe v Wade as ‘superprecedent’ | Eli Lilly pauses study of COVID-19 treatment over safety concerns

Supreme Court Justice nominee Amy Coney Barrett faced questions in her Senate confirmation hearing about her views on the Affordable Care Act and Roe v. Wade but did not give much away. Mitch McConnell is going to force a vote on “targeted” COVID-19 relief next week, and Trump has decided to pick a fight with Anthony Fauci.

We’ll start with Barrett:

Barrett says she’s ‘not hostile’ toward Affordable Care Act

Judge Amy Coney Barrett said on Tuesday that she is “not hostile” toward the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as Senate Democrats pressed her during a confirmation hearing about the implications for the health care law if

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