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I'm Allison Keys in Washington If President Trump, as expected, chooses Judge Amy Cockney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee in a few hours, What should the nation expect? CBS Stephen Portnoy reports from the White House. The former Notre Dame law professor was confirmed to the seventh Circuit appeals court three years ago over Democratic objections. California Senator Dianne Feinstein famously said Catholic dogma lives loudly within Barrett. Conservatives at the time, were outraged by what they saw as a religious test that would violate the constitution. At age 48 Amy Cockney Barrett could shape American jurisprudence for decades. If she's confirmed, Republicans say they have the votes to seat her before Election Day. Pundits are talking about just how much the Supreme Court nomination battle one affected November election. Bob Cusack as editor in chief at the hill. This is something that I think does help the president it may endanger. Some Senate Republicans are in tough races. But this does unify the party. And that's important for this White House because he has been at odds with some Republicans over the last 3.5 years. In Portland, Oregon Governor Kate Brown says the city is bracing for dueling right and left wing demonstrations this weekend. They are expecting a significant crowd. Some people will be armed. With others ready to harass or intimidate Oregonians. Protesters air bowing to stay in the streets in Kentucky, after no police officers were directly charged with killing Briana Taylor, the black woman killed in her apartment in March during a drug raid gone wrong Theater knee general says police were justified in defending themselves Taylor's mother was among those who marched through Louisville last night and demonstrations continue around the nation. In Britain, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is pledging to increase funding to the World Health Organization by 30%. Unless we get out together unless we unite and turn our fire against our common foe. We know that everyone will lose. He is urging reforms to the global health group. Globally. There are now more than 32.5 million cases of covert 19 in the US they're more than seven million. But signs of normality continuous. Some movie theaters reopened in California. This man is pleased. We've been aside from most of the pandemic is the first time we get to come out. That's a relief. Better take a closer look at that package of mushrooms. Federal officials are warning of salmonella cases in at least 10 states linked to dried mushrooms from a Southern California company. The CDC says. More than 40 people have gotten sick and four have gone to the hospital. The suspected product is wood ear mushrooms distributed by the wisp attack Asian foods. This is CBS News. Morning and welcome to CBS this morning joined Tony couple, Anthony Mason and Gayle King weekday mornings on CBS this morning. If you owe back taxes, there's a lot you need to know. Starting with rule number one Don't mess with the I. R s They are cracking down this year by sending out heart stopping letters actively garnishing paychecks, levee in bank accounts and putting leans on homes and businesses. That's all true, but it's also true. There's a way out. It's called the Fresh.

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