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Next week marks the start of the Supreme Court’s new Term.  While the Court is already set to hear arguments in cases addressing important issues like religious freedom and criminal rights, much of the news is focused on whether (and, if so, when) the Court may add a marriage equality case to its docket this Term.

Happy Constitution Day! Read more about our Constitution and the "Second Founding."

We asked you to contact your Senators to tell them to vote to confirm Michelle Friedland to a seat on the Ninth Circuit that’s been declared a judicial emergency.  

On Monday, April 28, the Senate confirmed Ms. Friedland by a narrow, 51-40 vote.  Thank you for your great work!  

2013 was a year that showed us Washington at its worst. But it also showed us Constitutional Progressives at their best. Thank you for your hard work this year. We have a great deal to be proud of, and a great deal to prepare for.

Marriage Equality – Because the Constitution Says So . . .

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Next week marks the start of the Supreme Court’s new Term.  While the Court is already set to hear arguments in cases addressing important issues like religious freedom and criminal rights, much of the news is focused on whether (and, if so, when) the Court may add a marriage equality case to its docket this Term.

Michelle Friedland confirmed

Monday, May 5, 2014

We asked you to contact your Senators to tell them to vote to confirm Michelle Friedland to a seat on the Ninth Circuit that’s been declared a judicial emergency.  

On Monday, April 28, the Senate confirmed Ms. Friedland by a narrow, 51-40 vote.  Thank you for your great work!  

Bring it on, 2014.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

2013 was a year that showed us Washington at its worst. But it also showed us Constitutional Progressives at their best. Thank you for your hard work this year. We have a great deal to be proud of, and a great deal to prepare for.

Millett confirmed! Thank you.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Moments ago, the U.S. Senate confirmed Patricia Ann Millett to a judgeship on the all-important U.S Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.  To say this was a “hard-fought” confirmation would be a major understatement, and I want to thank you for all of your help in this fight.

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