"As the COVID pandemic rages," Justice Elena Kagan wrote in her dissent, "the Court has failed to adequately protect the Nation's voters."
"When his party bosses call," the ad says of Cornyn, "he jumps to rush through a Supreme Court nominee."
"COVID-19 is disproportionately likely to be fatal" for disabled and elderly voters, Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote in her dissent.
He said he would deliver a clear position on court-packing by Election Day, after criticizing Senate Republicans for focusing on the Supreme Court instead of on a COVID-19 stimulus relief for Americans.
"We know that the Republicans would love to talk about literally anything other than their effort to destroy American health care protections," Pete Buttigieg said
As a former law clerk of hers, I am one of the many people who models his life on Judge Barrett's.
The congresswoman's comments came as confirmation hearings began Monday for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
Demonstrators held signs in support of the Affordable Care Act, which many fear would be jeopardized by her appointment.
We have had enough difficult decisions to make in 2020. The confirmation of Judge Barrett to the Supreme Court should not be one of them.
Barrett's hearings could take an important first step toward withdrawing the Court from the political battlefield that it has entered.
Court-packing will lead America to a very dangerous dead end.
The Supreme Court's ruling also avoids making reproductive rights an even more contentious election season issue than it already is.
Democratic progressives have increasingly voiced support for the idea, but Biden said he opposed it as recently as 2019.
The latest Obamacare challenge threatens to push the Court far beyond the breaking point, and the justices should have nothing to do with it.
The South Carolina decision will almost certainly encourage more judicial intervention into the 2020 presidential election, especially if mail-in ballots determine the outcome in battleground states.
Consumer searches for Ruth Bader Ginsburg-themed merchandise exceeded 17,000 on one platform the day after her death.
The protesters sought to highlight the nominee's anti-abortion stances by imitating characters from Margaret Atwood's 1985 novel and its 2017 TV series adaptation.
There are more brilliant minds in America than could fit in the halls of Harvard or Yale.
The very provision that was designed to keep religious prejudice out of the Constitution has been reinterpreted in terms that enforce such prejudice, giving the Constitution's religious liberty a slant against orthodoxy.