Mike Pence 'very encouraged' by reaction on Capitol Hill to Kavanaugh's nomination

Mike Pence 'very encouraged' by reaction on Capitol Hill to Kavanaugh's nomination

Kerry Wise
July 12, 2018

And do you consider yourself to be a judicial nominee like the president said he was going to nominate people in the mold of Scalia and Thomas.

The RHA passed in the Democratic-led State Assembly, but has stalled in the State Senate, which has been led for the past several years by Republicans, with the help of some breakaway Democrats. Most don't ever come near the Supreme Court. "His educational background and credentials are exemplary, and his record demonstrates respect for the U.S. Constitution".

Many Democrats and abortion-rights supporters believe a new justice appointed by Republican President Donald Trump could tilt the court in favor of overturning Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling that legalized abortion nationwide.

As Judge Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination tees up another national debate about reproductive rights, is it too much to ask that abortion's impact on the black population be part of the discussion?

"This is an unprecedented attack on our health care, and rights by a federal government determined to replace evidence-based medically accurate public policy with politically driven ideology". It would, however, revert back to the old way of allowing the decision regarding abortion legality to be made up by each individual state, where a network of laws is already implemented that basically has the option for abortion more or less available, being significantly dependent on each states' political tendencies.

"We look forward to seeing Roe overturned and abortion ended in this country, although we know that the needs of women and children will remain", said Godsey. And one of the women said, "You know, Sarah, the only way we can really deal with this is to bring a lawsuit and try to get the law overturned".

Stefanik noted Chief Justice John Roberts' response to the landmark court proceeding in his 2005 confirmation hearings. "That would be binding precedent of the court", he said.

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WEDDINGTON: Well, I think it was still the right to privacy. Pence said he would confer Tuesday night with Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., to discuss Kavanaugh's nomination.

The top six justices who voted conservatively were all appointed by Republican presidents and have percentages higher than 50 percent.

While GOP senators have largely embraced the pick, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Chuck Schumer, both New York Democrats.

When he says "I'll sue", he doesn't really mean anything by it. It's been decided by the Supreme Court. "There's thousands of nominees who can be offered who would be bipartisan nominees".

"All parties have assumed for purposes of this case, moreover, that Jane Doe has a right under Supreme Court precedent to obtain an abortion in the United States", he added. In jail. His choice for the man to run the EPA had to finally quit after some 14 investigations, the head of Education is uneducated, there is a surgeon running HUD, the Secretary of State ran EXXON, and then there is Anthony "The Mooch" Scaramucci, so you get the point.

"I think anything's possible".

The American people have never supported such a policy.