By linking a vote for Trump SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett with a vote against health care, Democrats hope to hurt Republicans’ chances on the campaign trail.
“Yes,” said Tom Miller, a health-care scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. “They should worry.”
Republicans never were able to pass a replacement bill. But they did try. Now, they’re not even doing that.
It’s a crazy thing to do in the middle of a pandemic, morally and also tactically, but here we are.
Firing someone because they are LGBTQ is now illegal. Legal advocates say SCOTUS’ major ruling can be used in cases, including the trans military ban and proposed ACA rule change.
The Texas Republican is suddenly talking up the Affordable Care Act but he’s still backing judges who intend to help kill it.
“There should be consequences for these senators who through their votes put on the bench judges that will roll back protections that they tell their constituents they care about.”