The left’s Supreme Court playbook: Zero-tolerance for Dems

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A California law requiring "pregnancy crisis centers" to inform women of abortion options was ruled as a likely violation of first amendment rights by the court.

He added that, if confirmed, Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh is "going to have all he can handle to handle current cases that come before the court".

The reality of overturning Roe v. Wade could take more than the confirmation of another conservative justice, Margaret Russell, a law professor at Santa Clara University in California, told Beyond the Bubble.

Fitzpatrick also believes Americans should focus on future - not past - decisions.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is upping the stakes in his disagreement with Republicans on the state and federal levels over the right to choose abortion, now that President Trump has announced his choice of conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court.

In a Monday night statement, Planned Parenthood Executive Vice President Dawn Laguens warned that Kavanaugh's confirmation would spell the end for Roe v. Wade.

So what does this mean if the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling were to be overturned? "They intend to roll back Roe v. Wade, and we will go back to pre-1973 and the horrors of pre-1973", he said.

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Vanderbilt Law professor Brian Fitzpatrick doesn't adhere to that thinking.

Whenever a president nominates a Supreme Court justice, you can guarantee a backlash from their political opponents.

Speaking on "Special Report with Bret Baier", Pence said he predicted Kavanaugh would secure a seat on the high court, despite intense opposition from progressive groups and top Democratic senators.

But the 2016 election cycle sheds some light on where the public stands with regards to the Supreme Court.

In a separate interview on Fox News Channel, Pence said the White House was "very encouraged at the early response" to Kavanaugh and has "every confidence" that he will be confirmed. "The criticism was that he didn't do it strongly enough". 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. In his Priests for Life vs. HHS opinion, he also wrote that the government had a "compelling interest" in enabling contraception access.

In regard to exceptions for rape and incest, Bennett said there have to be curbs to ensure "that they have to be reported and it's really a valid situation that happened rather than just an excuse given". "I am pleased to say that I have found, without doubt, such a person". When you reflect back on that time in your life, in light of Kavanaugh's nomination, where does your mind go? "Those cases are going to keep coming". As of now, 17 states have laws that will ban or greatly restrict abortion the minute Roe is overturned.

"Precedent plays an important role in promoting stability and evenhandedness", Roberts said at the time. Ever since the nomination of Sandra Day O'Connor by President Reagan in 1981, the other side has been fear-mongering about the downfall of Roe vs. Wade Within 45 minutes of the nomination of Robert Bork in 1987, Senator Ted Kennedy declared on the floor of the Senate that "Robert Bork's America is a land in which women would be forced into back-alley abortions".