U.S. House to vote on bill expanding Supreme Court security

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By Moira Warburton WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to give final congressional approval on Tuesday to a bill that would bolster Supreme Court security in light of threats made against justices ahead of their anticipated ruling curtailing abortion rights. The legislation, already passed by the Senate, appears to have the necessary votes to get through the House, with President Joe Biden prepared to sign it into law. The measure would expand police protection to the families of the justices and senior officers of the court. The Supreme Court in the coming wee…

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