Category Archives: SCOTUS

Complete Lee Zeldin Environmental Voting Record

Lee Zeldin’s League of Conservation Voters (LCV) score for 2019 was 28%. This seems like an improvement from his scores from prior years, which hovered around 10%, but to put things in perspective: The average Member of Congress score in … Continue reading

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Kavanaugh’s 1982 Calendar: damning!

From Slate.com There’s an Entry on Kavanaugh’s 1982 Calendar That Supports Ford’s Story Better Than His Own By Matthew Zeitlin Sept 27, 20186:23 PM “go to Timmy’s for [Brew]skis (beer) with Judge, Tom, PJ, Bernie, Squi” (Provided by Brett Kavanaugh … Continue reading

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Remembering Julie Hilden

A nice tribute to a First Amendment warrior MONDAY, MARCH 19, 2018 by Michael Dorf Julie Hilden — lawyer, author, and editor — passed away on Saturday. She was my friend for over 30 years. Julie combined a fierce intelligence … Continue reading

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Locking up Immigrants

In just a few hours, I’ll be arguing a critical case at the Supreme Court. Jennings v. Rodriguez will decide the fate of thousands of women and men who are languishing in immigration prisons across the country. It’s important – … Continue reading

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