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Notre Dame calendar lists talks by Amy Coney Barrett not disclosed in Senate paperwork: report

Notre Dame calendar lists talks by Amy Coney Barrett not disclosed in Senate paperwork: report
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A new report by CNN details speaking engagements given by Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney BarrettAmy Coney BarrettThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Mastercard - Dem leaders back smaller COVID-19 relief bill as pandemic escalates Supreme Court sees new requests for religious COVID-19 carve-outs Pompeo to host indoor holiday parties at State Department despite warning to employees to hold some missions virtually MORE at the University of Notre Dame that she did not disclose to the Senate Judiciary Committee as part of her confirmation process.

Barrett is listed as a participant in at least seven additional events from ones she disclosed in filings she provided to the Senate, including one with the school's Pro-Life group, CNN reported.

The CNN report indicated it had not independently verified if Barrett actually participated in the events, just that she was listed as a speaker.

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CNN previously reported Barrett omitted a pair of talks she gave to Notre Dame student anti-abortion groups in her Senate paperwork.

At the committee's first hearing on Tuesday, the justice acknowledged the first report, saying it was difficult for her to "find and remember" all of the speaking engagements and talks she has been involved in during her career.

The GOP Senate majority is on track to confirm her appointment before the November election, much to the ire of Democrats who say the decision to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgSupreme Court sees new requests for religious COVID-19 carve-outs Cuomo likens COVID-19 to the Grinch: 'The season of viral transmission' For Thanksgiving, the Supreme Court upholds religious liberty MORE should be made by the person who wins the presidential contest.

If confirmed, Barrett would give the court a 6-3 conservative majority.