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Fighting to advance justice and democracy. Dedicated to keeping our courts fair and impartial. President of and .
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Nan Aron Jul 9
The future of our health care is now at the mercy of a court system that is increasingly stacked against it. It's a tragedy waiting to happen. 's lays out how the Trump admin is taking its attacks on health care to the courts:
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Nan Aron Jun 27
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We want to hear much more about the type of judges presidential candidates would nominate, but tonight was a good start and we're looking forward to a robust national conversation on this issue.
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Nan Aron Jun 27
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People are disgusted by Mitch McConnell’s theft of a Supreme Court seat and President Trump’s appointment of anti-woman, anti-worker, anti-civil rights, anti-LGBTQ federal judges at all levels.
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Nan Aron Jun 27
The fact that federal courts, including the Supreme Court, came up in last night's sends a very clear message about how important this issue has become to the American people.
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Nan Aron Jun 26
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We know the kind of judges we’d like to see on the bench. Building the Bench aims to create the foundations of a court system that upholds the rights of all, not just those at the top.
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Nan Aron Jun 26
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The next president will have the opportunity to nominate scores of judges to the federal bench. These are the perfect time for candidates to tell us how they’re going to approach judicial nominations, and what they’re going to do to .
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Nan Aron Jun 26
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During the , candidates need to say how they will approach nominations. Will they look for individuals who understand that the Constitution protects all our rights, not just the rights of the powerful? Will they make judges a priority, to remedy Trump’s court-packing?
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Nan Aron Jun 26
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President Trump has confirmed over 100 judges, with troubling records opposing LGBTQ rights, voting rights, women’s rights, workers’ rights, and environmental protections. We need to know how these candidates plan to reverse the damage Trump has done to our justice system.
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Nan Aron Jun 26
The decisions made by federal judges impact our health care, our reproductive rights, whether we have clean air and water, and so much more. Tonight, at the first , we need to hear candidates’ positions on the courts and judicial nominations.
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Nan Aron Jun 26
AFJ is chatting with Harper Jean Tobin from and Robin Maril from about why to the LGBTQ community. Tune in here:
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Nan Aron Jun 19
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As a judge, Matthew Kacsmaryk is going to ruin lives, and there is no way to minimize that very sad fact.
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Nan Aron Jun 19
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Now, not only will Kacsmaryk have the opportunity to curtail equal rights for millions within these communities, but individual women and LGBTQ people who come into his courtroom seeking justice will have to face a judge who has expressed contempt for them.
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Nan Aron Jun 19
Matthew Kacsmaryk's confirmation is going to cause suffering to millions of people in Texas, including many vulnerable individuals. Kacsmaryk harbors strong hostility to LGBTQ people and to women's rights.
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Nan Aron Jun 19
Matthew Kacsmaryk has has expressed deeply offensive attitudes that leave no doubt that any LGBTQ individual entering his courtroom would be in hostile territory. It's unacceptable in a democracy that promises justice for all. Kacsmaryk should not be confirmed.
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Nan Aron Jun 18
WATCH: lays out Trump judicial nominee Matthew Kacmaryk's anti- record. Kacsmaryk is fiercely hostile to both LGBTQ rights and reproductive rights. Thank you, , for speaking out against this nominee.
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Alliance for Justice Jun 12
The Trump administration is packing our courts with judges who threaten LGBTQ rights and equality. We launched to make sure the next administration can hit the ground running in the fight to fix our courts.
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Nan Aron Jun 10
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Ryan Holte – who had never tried a case when he was nominated to a federal judgeship – exemplifies this type of ‘stealth’ nominee and his confirmation today is deeply disappointing.
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Nan Aron Jun 10
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This administration is trying to use the Court of Federal Claims, which is less well-known, as a way to get some of its most unsuitable nominees onto the federal bench with the least possible scrutiny.
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Nan Aron Jun 10
Ryan Holte’s confirmation adds another individual with minimal meaningful qualifications but impeccable partisan bona fides to the federal bench.
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Nan Aron Jun 10
.'s Building the Bench project is starting NOW, so the new administration doesn’t lose a minute when it comes to putting highly qualified, highly ethical, fair, honest and even-handed judges on the bench.
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