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Is ‘Settled Law.’ That Doesn’t Mean It’s Safe.
Kavanaugh echoes John Roberts’s assurance that he acknowledges precedents protecting abortion rights. But precedents have been and will be overturned.
What You Can Do to Fight Brett Kavanaugh’s Appointment to the Supreme Court
Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court could spell disaster for millions of Americans.
Trump’s Supreme Court Pageant Could Come Down to Looks
Since others have ensured that all the candidates are sufficiently conservative, Trump is said to be weighing which finalists have the right image.
roe v. wade
Women Are Sending Coat Hangers to Senator Susan Collins
They want to make sure she takes Roe v. Wade into account when voting to appoint a new Supreme Court justice.
What Justice Kennedy’s Retirement Means for Abortion Rights
is at risk.
Did Trump … Just Forget Justice Kennedy’s Name?
“Justice Anthony — you know who I’m talking about.”
Anthony Kennedy Retires From Supreme Court
Get ready for the mother of all confirmation battles.
SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Baker Who Wouldn’t Make Cake for Gay Couple
But the decision did not create the precedent that conservatives were looking for.
The Many Stealth Questions About Abortion in Neil Gorsuch’s Confirmation Hearing
In addition to being grilled on
, Trump’s SCOTUS nominee fields queries on “litmus tests,” the weight of precedent, and more.