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Greg Scott 21h
BREAKING: Colorado Civil Rights Commission comes after AGAIN. Man demands “transition celebration” cake, files complaint w/CCRC, which found “probable cause” despite ruling, files suit against CCRC
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Chuck Schumer Aug 14
I heard from more than 120 orgs urging the Senate to consider in our health care system w/ the Kavanaugh nomination. We must protect pre-existing condition protections, access to contraception, & other important health care rights.
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Senator Ron Johnson 8h
Great meeting with Judge Kavanaugh today. His impressive legal background combined with his compelling personal history makes his nomination an easy one to support. I'm confident of his intent to apply the law as a judge, not alter it as a super-legislator.
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Health Care Voter Aug 11
1. Call your senator at 855-910-7676. 2. Demand that they vote NO on Trump's pick, Brett Kavanaugh. 3. Call your other senator. 4. Tell them the same thing. 5. Repeat.
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Senator Ben Cardin 12h
When President Obama nominated Justices Kagan and Sotomayor, Congress got to see all their documents. That has always been the standard – until now. Every senator has a Constitutional obligation to provide advice and consent on nominees. : let us do our jobs.
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Aug 14
When Brett Kavanaugh worked for President Bush, he invited “more scrutiny of the nominees.” Now that Judge Kavanaugh is the president’s nominee, Republicans want to withhold his records as a top Bush aide. Why?
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Shannon Bream 15h
CO baker who won (Masterpiece) case when he declined custom creation for same sex ceremony now facing new charges against him bc he declined to create a cake celebrating a gender transition (pink outside, blue inside). His attys have filed federal lawsuit in response.
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Kevin Daley 18h
Judge Kavanaugh will meet with Democratic Sens. Heitkamp and Donnelly this afternoon.
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Legal Defense Fund 19h
Only 1,600 pages of Kagan's record were withheld. To date 3,676,000 pages of Kavanaugh's record are being withheld. We cannot move forward with this confirmation without a full view of Kavanaugh’s record.
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Sen. Patrick Leahy Aug 10
Republicans have circumvented the process that has been used for every nominee since in favor of a partisan one that will allow them to proceed without transparency or accountability to the Senate or the American people.
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John Grossund Aug 14
Replying to @JeffFlake @GOP
Nice statement. So, will you still be voting nearly 100% with the ? Will you support Kavanaugh for ? Patriotism and love of country requires actions and mot merely words.
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JeffreyFox Aug 6
The woman shilling for Kavanaugh for on TV is an attorney, Kathryn Cherry, who once clerked for him. Her business email address is: kcherry@gibsondunn.com Drop her a line and tell her what you think of her endorsement.
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Senate Judiciary 13h
Replying to @SenMarkey
If those documents are so critical, why announce opposition to Judge Kavanaugh the night he was nominated? Records are still being made public on a rolling basis in the run-up to the hearing just as they were for Justices Kagan and Gorsuch.
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Ed Markey Aug 8
If confirmed, Brett will be the deciding vote on cases that will impact every American for generations. The American people deserve to know who he really is. Republicans should immediately demand the release of his White House documents. ?
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Senator Dick Durbin Aug 14
Would nominee Judge Kavanaugh give a fair shake to and millions of other immigrants punished by the Trump Administration’s cruel and thoughtless policies? Civil and human rights hang in the balance.
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Earthjustice Aug 13
Confirming Kavanaugh would make it even more likely that would gut laws like the Clean Air Act and the Clean Water Act, putting the health and safety of children, families, and our communities in danger.
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Senator Ben Cardin 12h
A Supreme Court appointment is for a LIFETIME. It deserves a slow and deliberate vetting process. Purposefully concealing and withholding documents that are needed for a thorough review of Judge Kavanaugh's record is simply appalling.
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Jason Halle 🌊 Aug 12
How Corruption Works in America: If you have enough $$$, Then You Have A Voice If you don't have $$, Then You Are Just Screwed is in Direct Conflict with is Corrupt We Must & then return POWER TO THE PEOPLE
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Richard Blumenthal Aug 8
Replying to @SenBlumenthal
Never before has the minority party been forced to use FOIA to access vital information about a nominee. But there is too much at stake to accept anything less than a complete picture of Judge Kavanaugh’s background.
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Kansas City 1918 Aug 13
Taft & Walsh of the National War Labor Board rule employers cannot object to workers wearing "modest" union buttons on the clock, effectively ignoring Hitchman Coal v Mitchell 1917 ruling on work contracts
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