This year’s anniversary of the ACA reminds us that since President Trump and his allies in Congress were unable to destroy the ACA through legislation, they have a new strategy: trying to destroy it through the courts.
In the latest edition of Yeomans Work, AFJ Senior Justice Fellow Bill Yeomans writes that Democratic leaders in the House have batted away the idea of impeaching President Trump, saying the House has pressing legislation to pass and that House committees will conduct oversight investigations that will expose misdeeds of the Trump administration.
On Tuesday, March 12, at noon, advocates for civil rights, South Asian communities, women’s rights, sexual assault survivors and the environment will speak out at the U.S. Supreme Court against the confirmation of Neomi Rao to the D.C. Circuit Court.
It is very unfortunate that on this anniversary of a seminal event in the civil rights movement, Selma’s Bloody Sunday, the Senate has voted to confirm an individual who has led efforts to curtail voting rights in his home state of Ohio.