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Judge Jackson's Failure to Define 'Woman' Met with Calls for Disqualification

As Spencer reported earlier, Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn asked Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to define what a woman is during testimony late Tuesday night in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Jackson said that because she isn't a biologist, she could not give a definition. If confirmed, Jackson would be the first black female justice on the Supreme Court. The White House has repeatedly touted her nomination as historic precisely because she is a woman. 

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That response has been met with harsh criticism and calls for Jackson's disqualification. It also raises serious questions about how she would handle gender specific parts of the law. 

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The second day of Jackson's confirmation hearing starts at 9 a.m. ET. 

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