Judicial Nominations

Supreme Court of the United States

Politicized courts threaten students, schools, and communities

Republicans are reshaping the federal judiciary with very conservative, very young appointees.

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The judiciary is one of three co-equal branches of government created by the Constitution.
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The judiciary operates separately from the executive and legislative branches, but often works with them.
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The Constitution and the rule of law, the pillars of our democracy, are being tested as never before.
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We take positions on judicial nominees based on their records on key issues, including public education, civil rights, and workers’ rights.
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We seek to fulfill the promise engraved on the Supreme Court building: equal justice under law.


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