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Increasingly confident Senate Republicans are making plans to act on President Trump’s soon-to-be-named choice to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
As campuses begin to reopen, teachers watch anxiously, and some are raising concerns publicly, including Orange County teachers who led a protest and signed a petition.
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