100 Civil Rights Organizations Demand The Senate Investigate Supreme Court Corruption Crisis
A collection of civil rights organizations are pressuring the Senate to launch an ethics investigation into the conservative Supreme Court majority.
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America is noticing that the conservative Supreme Court majority is ethically compromised, and a collection of civil rights organizations are pressuring the Senate to launch an ethics investigation.
Civil Rights Groups Call For Supreme Court Ethics Investigation
More than 100 civil rights organizations wrote in a letter to the Senate:
On behalf of the Alliance for Justice (AFJ), The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, National Women’s Law Center, People For the American Way, and the undersigned 97 organizations, we write to express deep concern about the lack of independence and fairness of the United States Supreme Court in light of the most recent allegations about infiltration and influence in the nation’s highest court as reported by the New York Times.
We applaud the efforts for a review of these allegations and…
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