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Close call

2 December 2020 By Gina Chon

The U.S. Senate passed over Judy Shelton’s nomination to the central bank’s board. A few Republicans joined Democrats in questioning her partisanship. The Fed would benefit from more diverse voices. But she was a bad fit for an institution already under political pressure.

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