Murkowski, a moderate Republican who is pro-abortion rights, has been the target of public lobbying to vote against any Trump pick for the court that might sway the balance to the right, and potentially overturn the landmark 1973 abortion case Roe v. Wade.
Speaking of our game show president, it will be his (gulp!) decision to replace Justice Kennedy for the next generation.
If confirmed, Kavanaugh would make the high court solidly conservative.
"One of the reasons they opposed it, they said, 'Well, we have Roe v. Wade in law".
"Judge Kavanaugh has also written some troubling things about environmental protections, consumer protections, and common-sense gun safety laws - all of which should be carefully examined by this Senate and by the American people before we have any hearings", Schumer said.
"Look, I think there's always more everyone can do, but he's definitely been a champion and spoken up for our issues", Chappelle Golston said. This is why there is no slavery or women vote, because some enterprising soul chucked the Bible nonsense and went with citizen rights.
Roe v. Wade was first argued in December 1971, re-argued in October 1972, and decided on January 22, 1973, when it became the law of the land.
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. 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.
Andrew Cuomo is warning the Supreme Court: We'll sue you. "We are the majority and those who vote for Kavanaugh, which is a vote to end Roe v. Wade, will be held accountable at the ballot box". It can then, with no Roe v. Wade president, order a national removal of the pancreas.
At the same time, Myrick said, "there are 20 states where abortion would probably remain safe and legal". "There's this narrative that in this new climate [where Roe could be overturned], people will resort to desperate measures, and we really push back on that narrative because we know that also the technology has changed, the medicine has changed, and we know that people are able to have an abortion with medication". I have found no one who thinks the government should control your liver, brain, heart, stomach, so why the uterus?
"He had fully 12 different opinions that were adopted by the United States Supreme Court", Pence said. We know - in our own bodies and among our friends - about what damage the lack of legal access to full reproductive rights, including abortion, can inflict on women, their families and their communities.
"I suspect the court simply will continue to hear cases that further reduce reproductive choice for women, and it's hard to predict how the majority will rule".