Partisan politics have no place in the Supreme Court of the United States. We had a moral obligation to fight against Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation. What's next? "We'll have to beat them at the polls year after year after year in a sustained and aggressive offense."
In this week's Vote Texas Face Off, Tara Pohlmeyer of Progress Texas and Sam Pohl of the Republican Party of Texas debate the Senate race between Beto O'Rourke and Ted Cruz, as well as the FBI's investigation into Brett Kavanaugh.
Brett Kavanaugh's behavior throughout the confirmation process, let alone his past transgressions, should disqualify him from being on the highest court of the United States. He does not have the decorum to be a Supreme Court Justice.
Following two allegations of sexual misconduct against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, survivors of sexual assault gathered outside Sen. Ted Cruz's Austin and Dallas offices to rally Monday.
The Court is set to decide some really important cases by the end of June — cases covering a lot of issues that matter to and impact the lives of Texans, from LGBTQ equality and immigration to workers’, voting, and abortion rights.
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