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Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s first majority written opinion limits reach of FOIA

Amy Coney Barrett looks on while being introduced by President Donald Trump as his nominee to the Supreme Court, at the White House on September 26, 2020.

By Ariane de Vogue

CNN Supreme Court Reporter

(CNN)Justice Amy Coney Barrett penned her first Supreme Court majority opinion on Thursday, writing a 7-2 decision that will shield federal agencies from having to disclose certain materials under an exception to the Freedom of Information Act.

Barrett’s debut majority opinion came in a case that was the first she heard as a justice, back on November 2.

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