The Senate on Monday confirmed two more of President Joe Biden’s picks for appeals courts, one of which flipped the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit’s judges to a majority of active Democratic appointees.

The Senate confirmed Beth Robinson, an associate justice on the Vermont Supreme Court and Biden’s third judge on the Second Circuit, on a 51-45 vote. She is the first openly LGBTQ+ woman to sit on a federal appeals court. Her appointment to that court follows those of Eunice Lee, a former public defender, and longtime voting rights advocate Myrna Pérez.

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