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Senator Tom Carper Jul 20
Make no mistake: Brett Kavanaugh is the next Scott Pruitt, except he’ll have the power of our nation’s highest court behind him. Read my op-ed in on :
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Chuck Schumer Jul 20
Judge Kavanaugh’s ruling would allow unfettered Russian money to pour into our elections on behalf of President Trump. We need a Supreme Court that protects our democracy and elections, not expose them.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Jul 18
Marriage equality and a woman’s right to make her own health choices are two achievements that took years in court to win and are built on decades of precedent. We can’t afford to have that work undone by an ideological justice substituting their own opinion.
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Senate Democrats Jul 13
"My colleagues & I are often asked by constituents: what can we do? The answer is stand up and speak out. It’s a call to action. Mobilize your neighbors and galvanize the American public" - in the Democratic Weekly Address
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Jul 20
Republicans want a Supreme Court justice who will defer to ideology instead of settled law on the court. This is an attempt to reverse the progress we’ve made in decade after decade of Court rulings. All the progress we’ve won in the courts is
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Black Caucus Jul 19
Replying to @RepYvetteClarke
. on Trump’s “What do you have to lose?” campaign ? to AAs & how we've already lost a lot under this president. “And with the recent announcement of as the president’s nominee, black & brown folks now have even more to lose."
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Nancy Pelosi Jul 17
We know with the Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination: protections for Americans living with pre-existing conditions, a woman’s right to choose, and so much more. We won’t go back.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Jul 17
Precedent guides judges in future cases, ensuring stability in the law. Republican Supreme Court nominees have ignored precedent as soon as they are confirmed, overturning decades of settled law.
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Nancy Pelosi Jul 17
The fight to — and to protect the right to choose — is at its heart a fight to give women the respect they deserve, to recognize that women’s rights are human rights. That is in this nomination!
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On Capitol Hill Jul 20
nominee Brett Kavanaugh is willing to throw people out of court for lack of legal standing, in ways that could be devastating for environmental cases. Learn more about >>>
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House Republicans Jul 18
Replying to @HouseGOP
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Jul 17
Replying to @SenFeinstein
Thomas, Alito, Roberts and Gorsuch used the same playbook: 1. Profess loyalty to precedent in Senate hearings 2. Overturn precedent once on the bench. We can’t accept vague promises when so much, from women’s access to health care to marriage equality, is .
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House Republicans Jul 17
Here are 10 things Democrats want to take away from the American people →
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Senator Dick Durbin Jul 15
The next justice will likely be the deciding vote on whether all Americans have access to affordable health care. This is .
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Jul 18
We’ve seen this before: a Republican Supreme Court nominee promises to respect precedent during confirmation hearings then proceeds to overturn decades of settled law. Promises from Kavanaugh shouldn’t be enough, we must look at his record.
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ProtectOurCareFL Jul 20
repeal would leave Americans uncovered and would only worsen with 4 million expected to be uncovered in just 6 months.This is , a growing problem exacerbated by Trump's USSC nominee, cutting coverage and sabotaging the current options available.
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Nancy Pelosi Jul 17
There were 10,000 events held last year across the country to defeat . Now, women’s reproductive health & protections for ppl w/ pre-existing conditions are once again under attack with the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
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Rep. Gene Green Jul 17
The Affordable Care Act guaranteed coverage for those with pre-existing conditions, which more than half of all women & girls have. They could lose health care coverage if those protections are invalidated by a Supreme Court ruling.
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Senate Democrats Jul 18
President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee could end healthcare protections that American families depend on. Across the country, are fighting back.
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Elizabeth Warren Jul 13
This is one of many reasons why Brett Kavanaugh is going to have a real problem during his confirmation hearing.
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