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Republicans have claimed that Barrett is not as hardline conservative, not as big a threat to women’s reproductive rights as her judicial and personal history suggests.
SONIA SYNGAL IS TRYING TO BUILD THE GAP INTO A BOLDER BRANDCLAIRE ZILLMAN, REPORTEROCTOBER 27, 2020FORTUNE
You’re pushing me to try to violate the judicial canon of ethics and to offer advisory opinions, and I won’t do that.
SENATE CONFIRMS AMY CONEY BARRETT TO SUPREME COURTCHRIS JOHNSONOCTOBER 27, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
Voters kicked him out in 2018 in the county’s only contested judicial race.
POLITICS REPORT: FAULCONER POSITIONS BIG MOVE FOR LAME DUCK SEASONANDREW KEATTS AND SCOTT LEWISOCTOBER 24, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Their concerns point to Barrett’s judicial history of supporting anti-LGBTQ and pro-life policy, as well as opposing the Affordable Care Act.
SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE DECIDES TO MOVE FORWARD WITH AMY CONEY BARRETT NOMINATIONKIRSTEN WEST SAVALIOCTOBER 22, 2020ESSENCE.COM
Nelly Decker, Warner’s press secretary, said the senator welcomes his constituents to share their thoughts on judicial reform.
WARNER: AMY CONEY BARRETT CONFIRMATION WILL LEAVE LGBTQ RIGHTS ‘UP FOR GRABS’PARKER PURIFOYOCTOBER 22, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
A judicial nominee certainly has an interest in keeping their powder dry, and judicial nominees routinely decline to weigh in on undecided legal matters.
MORE EVASIVE ANSWERS FROM AMY CONEY BARRETTAARON BLAKEOCTOBER 21, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Lewis shared some helpful links and ideas, like referring to the San Diego County Bar Association’s judicial candidate ratings.
MORNING REPORT: WHERE THE BOARD OF SUPES MIGHT HEAD IF GOP KEEPS CONTROLVOICE OF SAN DIEGOOCTOBER 21, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
They rate the judicial candidates based on their qualifications.
YOUR SAN DIEGO ELECTION QUESTIONS, ANSWEREDMEGAN WOODOCTOBER 20, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Her repeatedly implying that she is not sure how she would rule on some of these hot-button issues is misleading — even if it’s par for the course in present-day judicial confirmation processes.
WHY THE AMY CONEY BARRETT HEARINGS ARE VERGING ON THE ABSURDPERRY BACON JR. (PERRY.BACON@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 13, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Her work primarily focuses on judicial reforms, fair courts, and access to justice.
WHY A VERY CONSERVATIVE SUPREME COURT WILL BE BAD FOR BUSINESSMATTHEWHEIMEROCTOBER 13, 2020FORTUNE

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