President Joe Biden’s pick for a seat on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York hit a roadblock Thursday when the Senate Judiciary Committee deadlocked over Dale Ho’s nomination.

The panel split 11-11 on its vote for Ho, in addition to Charlotte Sweeney for the District of Colorado and Hernán D. Vera for the Central District of California. It’s the second time that Sweeney and Vera failed to advance favorably out of the committee.

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