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All Rise for Justice:
Protect Justice Ginsburg’s Legacy

The fate of our rights, our freedoms, and our bodies depend on what happens now. It will be a tough fight — but we've faced tough fights before, and we know we can win.

President Trump has reshaped the federal courts at record speed …

… appointing more than 200 federal judges, including two Supreme Court justices. And many of his nominees are hostile to reproductive health and rights.

Now, amid a pandemic and economic crisis during which the United States Senate has stalled the passage of crucial COVID-19 health and economic relief for more than 18 weeks, President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell want to install a new Supreme Court justice before Election Day. Trump has promised he would appoint justices that would overrule Roe v. Wade and strike down the Affordable Care Act (ACA). 

It’s a brazen power grab — and we won’t stand for it.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court Seat is the PEOPLE’S seat. Call your Senators to demand a no vote on any Trump nominee.

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How a Third Trump Appointment to the Supreme Court Would Affect …

Abortion Access

Trump promised to appoint Supreme Court justices who’d overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that affirms the right to access safe, legal abortion. There are now 17 abortion-rights related cases one step away from the Supreme Court.

Access to Health Care

The Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments the week after Election Day in the Trump administration’s attempt to overturn the ACA. The loss of Justice Ginsburg means the Supreme Court could destroy the ACA — amid a pandemic that has already killed more than 200,000 Americans. 

Birth Control

With the Affordable Care Act on the line, the ACA’s requirement to cover birth control without a copay — which has benefited more than 62 million women, including 17 million Latinas and 15 million Black women — is under threat.