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You can't just say you want to force your religious faith on others so the anti-abortion movement has always been based on lies--about late term abortion and selling baby parts, etc. On the pod, @AmandaMarcotte  says SCOTUS forced a reckoning w/ reality.

In the last year: ✔️First major gun reform in decades ✔️Largest investment in US infrastructure in decades ✔️Lowest unemployment rate in 50+ years ✔️Largest expansion of VA health care in decades ✔️Historic investment in chips manufacturing ✔️First Black woman confirmed to SCOTUS

Sen. Booker pushes for establishing SCOTUS term limits @CoryBooker 

#OTD in 1965 the Voting Rights Act was signed. ~50 years later a rightwing SCOTUS gutted this law, aiding the attacks on democracy we see today. That’s why @HouseDemocrats  passed the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act 353 days ago. We must get this bill to @POTUS ’s desk!

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You can't just say you want to force your religious faith on others so the anti-abortion movement has always been based on lies--about late term abortion and selling baby parts, etc. On the pod, @AmandaMarcotte  says SCOTUS forced a reckoning w/ reality.

The SCOTUS decision in Egbert v. Boule gutted the legal mechanism used to hold federal officers liable for violating individuals’ constitutional rights. That's bad news for journalists who have been victims of excessive force by law enforcement.

In South Dakota, where abortion became immediately illegal with the SCOTUS overturn, it is difficult to find out what local companies are doing to cover abortion-related travel costs — if anything.

SCOTUS struck the SEC’s proposed climate risk disclosure rule its latest blow in West Virginia v. EPA. In light of the Court’s decision, I signed a letter once again demanding this misguided rule be rescinded. The SEC lacks the authority or expertise to enact climate policy.

Happening soon.⏰ Join us @ 8PM ET for a discussion of Moore v. Harper and how this SCOTUS case (rooted in the fringe ISL theory) could threaten our free and fair elections You won’t want to miss this important conversation.

@paleofuture  There was a moment in 2015 when Justice Kennedy said SCOTUS should review solitary and a few states almost immediately settled their lawsuits over it

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BREAKING FROM SCOTUS: Justice Alito has issued an Order than any ballots received after after 8pm on election day in PA be segregated and secured - and if counted, counted separately. There is a petition pending before SCOTUS. Alito orders opposing side to reply by 2p Saturday.

Repealing Roe v Wade isn't going to go the way SCOTUS or the GOP thinks it's going to go. Play with fire, get burned. Don't say we didn't warn you. Expect us.

SCOTUS gun decision is out and gave the gun lobby just what it paid for when its dark money stacked the Court.

Language of SCOTUS decision on Roe has an ominous tone of anger and revenge — especially Clarence Thomas’s concurring opinion.

SCOTUS is letting private citizens in Texas sue to stop abortion?! If that's the precedent then we'll let Californians sue those who put ghost guns and assault weapons on our streets. If TX can ban abortion and endanger lives, CA can ban deadly weapons of war and save lives.

reminder that Trump’s personal loan officer at Deutsche Bank was SCOTUSJustice Kennedy’s son

We’ve watched all summer as mob rule brought violence, arson, looting and murder to our city streets. The mob is now threatening more of the same if they don’t get their way on the SCOTUS nominee. Americans are fed up with living under these threats.

#SCOTUS rules that federal employment discrimination laws protect LGBT employees

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?

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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