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Agenda for Puerto Rico omnibus hearing tomorrow. At page 13 is format of debate over mediation team interim report laying out schedule for next few months of litigation (all subject to SCOTUS ruling on Aurelius) #muniland 

The SCOTUS is often great at looking the other way.

@MUDDLAW  If SCOTUS rules that OBoard are local officials then all their documents are subject to disclosure via PR court order. Cant wait!!!!

Today's email newsletter: - 2 articles of impeachment - SCOTUS allows Kentucky abortion law to continue - Russia banned from the Olympics... again ✉️👀:

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one box day here at Scotus. puerto rico? 2nd a dismissal? stay tuned.

Hi from SCOTUS! 10 am = first opinions of the term. Then: insurers will argue they were subjected to a "bait and switch" at the hands of the government in a case related to the Affordable Care Act. Recall, fed. appeals court still considering legality of entire law.

SCOTUS decides to leave one of Kentucky's abortion laws alone. ABC 36's @MonicaLovesPpl  talked to both sides about the decision to require women have an ultrasound and hear a fetal heartbeat before receiving an abortion.

SCOTUS says it won't hear Arizona's case seeking to stop the Sackler family, which owns and controls Purdue Pharma, from transferring billions of dollars from the company in an effort to deplete it and avoid paying claims concerning opioid Oxycontin

SCOTUS is expected to hear one major abortion case, June Medical Services v. Gee, in the coming months.

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Forty percent of the Republican appointees to the Supreme Court have been credibly accused of sexual misconduct. #SCOTUS 

I hope my candidates win, but if not, I'll still cherish my right to vote. I won't scream at ppl in restaurants, scratch on doors of SCOTUS, urge ppl to blow up gov't bldgs, threaten to leave country, or cry like a 5 year old. I'll just work harder next time. What about you?

I was beaten, left bloody & unconscious while friends of mine gave their lives to ensure that every person has the right to register & vote. But five years ago the SCOTUS Shelby County v Holder decision stuck a dagger in the heart of the Voting Rights Act. We must #RestoreTheVRA 

Alabama killed a Muslim man tonight who wanted his imam by his side when he died. The state offered a Christian chaplain or nothing. It was one of the most clear-cut cases of religious discrimination in recent memory. And SCOTUS’ conservatives didn’t care. So he died alone.

Christine Blasey Ford courageously stepped forward to tell her story — it is a credible and serious allegation. The Senate has a constitutional responsibility to scrutinize SCOTUS nominees. A vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination must be delayed until there is a thorough investigation.

Trump's personal lawyer has sworn under oath that POTUS directed him to commit a federal crime. The Senate must reject any SCOTUS nominee from a president who is an alleged criminal co-conspirator—especially when that nominee may rule to protect Trump from any accountability.

BREAKING: SCOTUS has upheld Trump’s Muslim ban. This is not the first time the Court has been wrong, or has allowed official racism and xenophobia to continue rather than standing up to it. History has its eyes on us — and will judge today’s decision harshly. #NoMuslimBanEver 

Judge Kavanaugh’s refusal to say a POTUS must comply w a duly issued subpoena & Mr Cohen’s implication of POTUS in a federal crime make the danger of Kavanaugh's nomination to the SCOTUS abundantly clear. It's a game changer & Chairman Grassley should delay confirmation hearings

We’re witnessing a Friday night document massacre. President Trump’s decision to step in at the last moment and hide 100k pages of Judge Kavanaugh’s records from the American public is not only unprecedented in the history of SCOTUS noms, it has all the makings of a cover up.

Significant development -- 3 Senate Dems say they have new evidence SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh was not truthful under oath in 2006 confirmation. This is the kind of thing that would be the end of the road in the Senate for many nominees to even minor jobs. But for SCOTUS?

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