At least six Democratic candidates for president were at the Supreme Court today in defense of reproductive rights.
As the backlash grows, national Republican are getting nervous about eroding support with women.
It will make it that much more difficult for them to make inroads with suburban Republican women.
Rebecca Traister on the plans to overturn Roe V. Wade.
Georgia's 7th congressional district-- small towns and suburbs in Gwinnett and Forsyth counties northwest of Atlanta-- is going to be an election hot house next year. It's been a red district for a long time that's turning purple. It's now a top tier target for both parties. Blue America has found just the candidate to win there, Marqus Cole. His focus? Voting Rights.
Kavanaugh appears to have no problem forcing abortion providers to jump through hoops before he'll agree to a stay in Louisiana.
The Supreme Court took no action today on DACA. That means those protections remain in place, and Trump can't do anything about it.
MSNBC's Pete Williams reports that the US Supreme Court has granted a request for Pentagon to move forward with their plan to limit transgender military service while lawsuits continue.
"The president acts and Congress opposes, the president usually loses but does not always lose," said legal analyst Danny Cevallos.
Guaranteed to turn our stomachs for then next 40 years, at least, Angry White Man Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed and sworn in as a Supreme Court justice after dragging the woman he allegedly assaulted across hot, fiery coals.
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