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"I have a lot of ideas for Amendments." Playwright@hbrikin  on her hit play about the Constitution and the fate of the Supreme Court

Amy Coney Barrett could end up provoking an electoral twist of fate, writes Courtney Weaver. It's not clear whether the US Supreme Court nominee is a boon or a risk to the Republican party lower down the ballot

"I have a lot of ideas for Amendments." Playwright@hbrikin  on her hit play about the Constitution and the fate of the Supreme Court

"I have a lot of ideas for Amendments." Playwright@hbrikin  on her hit play about the Constitution and the fate of the Supreme Court

Senate Republicans are pretending that this is a normal hearing. It’s not. 200k+ Americans have died due to COVID. The fate of the ACA is in the hands of the Supreme Court. And this nominee would dramatically flip the balance on the Court. Sen. @maziehirono  on #WhatsAtStake 

"I have a lot of ideas for Amendments." Playwright@hbrikin  on her hit play about the Constitution and the fate of the Supreme Court

FACING TOUGH QUESTIONS: @TerryMoran  breaks down Day 3 of Senate confirmation hearings for Pres. Trump Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett, with the fate of the Affordable Care Act taking center stage in the political back-and-forth.

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President Trump and Mitch McConnell have given up relief for Americans, but they’ll move HEAVEN AND EARTH to get another corporate justice on the Supreme Court.    Why? Because the Supreme Court begins to decide on the fate of the ACA in 34 days. #WhatsAtStake 

In terms of policy, the immediate impact of the Supreme Court fight is most obvious on the fate of Obamacare. So worth remembering what Rs declared about the ACA: It wouldn't work, it would kill jobs, and it would explode the budget deficit. How did it turn out? 1/

Make no mistake: a big reason that the fate of these vital health care protections is in the hands of the Supreme Court is because Congressional Republicans and President Trump support the lawsuit to take health care away and haven’t lifted a finger to stop it.

The Supreme Court announced Monday it will decide the fate of the Affordable Care Act sometime next term, presumably after the presidential election. It will be the third time the Court has heard a significant challenge to the law that impacts millions

Trump unlawfully ended #DACA  & today’s Supreme Court case will determine the fate of at least 700,000 DACA recipients who could be deported if it is terminated. Our country made a promise to protect those who came here as kids for a better life—we can’t go back on that promise.

The Supreme Court starts hearings today to decide the fate of #DACA , after President Trump rescinded it. The program: ▪️ protects 700K young people brought to the U.S. from deportation ▪️ gives them access to work and study permits ▪️ is supported by 2/3 of Americans

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The St. Louis Post-Dispatch calls for Brett Kavanaugh's hearing to be postponed: "Presumption of innocence doesn’t require the Senate to let [Trump] seat a Supreme Court nominee while facing an allegation that could put his fate in that nominee’s hands."

If the cared about the future of our democracy, they would postpone the Supreme Court confirmation hearing of Kavanaugh until after the Mueller investigation is complete. There is NO way Donald Trump should be able to appoint a justice for life until we know his fate.

This is the most important Supreme Court vacancy for this country in at least a generation. Nothing less than the fate of our health care system, reproductive rights for women, and countless other protections for middle-class Americans are at stake.

The fate of the Supreme Court hinges on the choice we make in 21 days. Here's what's at stake:

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