GOP Fractures Over a Senate Hearing for Scalia Vacancy

Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Illinois, breaking from party leadership on Monday, said the Senate should give a hearing to President Barack Obama's upcoming pick to succeed Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court. Kirk joins a handful of Senate Republicans who have resisted calls to hold no hearings at all for a nominee.

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