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Luján plans return to Senate in weeks for Supreme Court vote

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Sen. Ben Ray Luj�n (D-N.M.) suffered a stroke in late January. He said in a Twitter video posted Sunday that he'll return "in just a few short weeks" Lawmakers had raised questions about why it took five days for the senator's office to make the news public.
Published 1 year ago · Washington, United States

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Luján plans return to Senate in weeks for Supreme Court vote

Democratic Sen. Ben Ray Luján, who's recovering from a stroke, says he plans to be back at work in the Senate in “just a few short weeks” so he can vote on President Joe Biden’s forthcoming nominee for the Supreme Court

1 year ago·London, United Kingdom
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Luján plans return to Senate in weeks for Supreme Court vote

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Sen. Ben Ray Luján , who is recovering from a stroke in January, says he plans to be back at work in “just a few short weeks” to vote on President Joe Biden's forthcoming Supreme Court nominee.

1 year ago·United States
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Sen. Luján says he’s ‘doing well’ as he recovers from stroke, estimates returning to Senate within weeks

In his first public comments since suffering a stroke last month, the New Mexico Democrat vowed to return to the Senate in time to consider President Biden's Supreme Court nominee.

1 year ago·Washington, United States
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Recovering from a stroke, Sen. Ben Ray Lujan says he'll return within weeks to vote on Supreme Court pick

Sen. Ben Ray Lujan, who suffered a stroke in late January, said he will be back in "a few short weeks" to vote on President Joe Biden's Supreme Court nominee.

1 year ago·United States
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Luján planning return to Senate in time to vote for Supreme Court nominee

Sen. Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.) said on Sunday that he plans to return to the Senate in time to vote for President Biden's Supreme Court nominee. Luján, who ...

1 year ago·Washington, United States
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Democrat Lujan to return from stroke in time for Senate Supreme Court vote

The senator's vacancy gave Republicans the majority with 50 votes, raising concerns about Biden's nominee.

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