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The Senate Judiciary Committee released a list of nine men and women on Friday evening who will be called to testify next week on Sen. Jeff Sessions' qualifications to serve as attorney general in President-elect Trump's administration. (AP Photo/Molly Riley)

The Senate Judiciary Committee released a list of nine men and women on Friday evening who will be called to testify next week on Sen. Jeff Sessions’ qualifications to serve as attorney general in President-elect Trump’s administration.

Republican Sens. Susan Collins of Maine and Richard Shelby of Alabama will open the two-day hearing, slated for Jan. 10-11. The witnesses are former Attorney General Michael Mukasey, former Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson, Fraternal Order of Police President Chuck Canterbury, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Commissioner Peter Kirsanow, ACLU legal director David Cole, NAACP President Cornell Brooks, former Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival recipient and U.S. veteran Oscar Vasquez, Mirror Memoirs founder Amita Swadhin, and DNA Saves co-founder Jayann Sepich.

The last senator to be confirmed for attorney general was John Ashcroft, who faced a four-day hearing.

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