U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on Friday received a unanimous “well qualified” rating to serve on the high court from the American Bar Association.

The association’s Standing Committee of the Federal Judiciary informed Senate Judiciary Committee chair Richard Durbin, D-Illinois, and minority chair Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, of the outcome of its evaluation of her professional qualifications.

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