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Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is making his first general election campaign trip to Ohio, while President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, was at the Capitol for the first of four days of confirmation hearings.He spoke in Toledo about his jobs and economic recovery plan and then will attend a get-out-the-vote event in Cincinnati.On his way to Ohio, Biden told reporters Barrett's Catholic faith shouldn't be a factor in Democrat senators' questioning this week."I don't think there should be any questions about her faith," he said Monday morning.But fear that Barrett could be a deciding vote in dismantling the nation's health care law is something he believes should be a topic of the hearings. This is about less than one month Americans are going to lose their health insurance."With three weeks to go before Election Day, Ohio is a toss-up, according to the CBS News Battleground Tracker, which shows Mr. Trump with 50% support, compared to 49% for Biden.In Toledo, Biden addressed United Auto Workers and reminded them that the Obama administration had believed in them when the U.S. auto industry was in bankruptcy."We stepped in and rescued the automobile industry — General Motors and Chrysler — saving one million jobs," he said.

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