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NRDC 🌎 Sep 20
Judge Kavanaugh is an exceptional danger to our environment and our public health:
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MoveOn 2h
So much is at stake with this Supreme Court vacancy. We must save Roe v. Wade. We must save the Affordable Care Act. We must .
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MoveOn 24h
nominee Brett Kavanaugh is a threat to abortion access. He worked to block an undocumented minor who was held in government custody from her right to abortion care. He is an extremist who will not protect women’s rights.
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Senator Patty Murray Sep 19
I am hoping that Republicans treat Dr. Ford fairly, work with us to investigate this accusation fully, and don’t try to jam Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination through. Because we know for women’s rights with this Supreme Court nominee.
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MoveOn Sep 20
Voting rights are core to our democracy and our ability to protect the environment. Brett Kavanaugh poses a major threat to both.
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Little Lobbyists 11h
They promised better health care for everyone. Every health care proposal they've supported has eroded or eliminated preexisting condition protections. Every one threatens our kids. Every one has broken their promise. Remember that. And vote.
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NRDC 🌎 Sep 17
"If states upwind from Maine are allowed to pollute more because federal regulations are weakened then that’s bad for me, it’s bad for Mainers and it's bad for anyone in America with a respiratory disease or asthma." 15-year-old asthma patient on .
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YWCA USA Sep 20
Women are showing up & putting their bodies on the line, because women know that our rights, futures & lives are . We know that we women, especially women of color & those w/ layered, marginalized identities will be hurt most if Kavanaugh is confirmed.
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Nan Aron Sep 18
NOW: , , and have sent a letter to White House Counsel Don McGahn asking about his knowledge surrounding the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh before they became public.
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The Leadership Conference Sep 19
WATCH: We joined , , and a diverse coalition of social justice organizations to make clear for the civil rights of all people in America if Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed. Tell your senators now to :
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MoveOn Sep 20
Whether you care about access to healthcare, voting rights, immigrant justice, LGBTQ rights, or criminal justice reform, the fate of our rights hangs in the balance. We have to
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Richard Dawkins Foundation 🤔🔬🔭⚖️👩🏾‍🔬🏳️‍🌈 ⚧ Sep 13
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MoveOn 3h
Health care. Reproductive rights. LGBTQ rights. Environmental protections. That’s with this Supreme Court vacancy - and why this hearing is so important. We need to know where Kavanaugh stands on these critical issues.
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MoveOn 10h
A vote for Brett Kavanaugh is a vote to roll back the progress we've made on access to health care. Too much is at stake. The Senate needs to 's nomination to a lifetime position on our nation's highest court.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Sep 12
Overturning Roe v. Wade will endanger women’s lives, plain and simple. The president promised the American public judges who would overturn Roe “automatically.” We haven’t seen anything in Brett Kavanaugh’s record to suggest anything different.
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DAME Magazine 3h
At a time when most activism against the Trump regime seems futile, these women remind us that using our voices and our bodies is more critical than ever.
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MoveOn Sep 18
Brett Kavanaugh’s environmental positions and refusal to stand in “stark contrast” with what Americans want. It’s imperative that we .
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autselfadvocacy 2h
Disabled people are telling you with Kavanaugh’s nomination. Are you listening?
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Sep 12
Roe v. Wade isn’t just about women, it’s about personal liberty & limits on a government’s ability to interfere in intimate, personal decisions ALL Americans make. Brett Kavanaugh could be the vote to overturn Roe and all the progress we’ve made.
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Senate Democrats Sep 14
“The American people just witnessed an unprecedented week of Supreme Court hearings for President Trump’s nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh...[d]emocracy, especially in moments like these, is not a spectator sport.” in the Weekly Democratic Address
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