SOURCE: The New Republic
Writer Matt Ford argues that the proposed Judiciary Act will fail to address the political problems that the Democrats are reacting to. Is there a better approach?
by James D. Zirin
Judicial elections are the latest target of GOP gerrymandering, spurred by the rejection of Team Trump's election lawsuits.
SOURCE: USA Today
The Senate's "blue slip" rule allows senators to privately exercise a veto over judicial nominations for their state. Like the filibuster, it has been used to derail the nominations of liberal judges as well as women and judges of color. A liberal judicial advocate argues that it should be scrapped.
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