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The final vote may occur on Thursday or Friday, and committee and the 'discharge' and any other votes will be held starting on Monday.
Here's the anticipated schedule from the Minority Leader:
SCOTUS in the Judiciary Committee
The Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled a meeting/mark-up at 10:00 am on Monday to again consider the nomination of Ketanji Brown Jackson to be an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
The nomination, following committee rules, was held over from last week. On Monday, the nomination will be debated by Judiciary members and then they’ll vote. Only when Judge Jackson’s nomination is discharged from committee will it then be available for consideration by the full Senate . . . and it very well may take a full Senate vote to get the nominee to the floor.
Between 5:30 pm and 6:30 pm, the Senate is expected to proceed to a roll call vote on:
· Motion to discharge from the Judiciary Committee the nomination of Ketanji Brown Jackson to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States
SCOTUS on the Senate floor
If, as strongly assumed, the Senate proceeds to consideration of Judge Jackson, next week’s schedule will roughly look –subject to change – like this:
· Mon: Senate convenes & votes to discharge Judge Jackson from Judiciary a couple of hours later
· Tue: Senator Charles Schumer files cloture on the nomination
· Wed: Intervening day
· Thu: Cloture vote
· Thu or Fri: Confirmation vote