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Tell Senator Collins to Vote NO on Brett Kavanaugh

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Tell Senator Collins to Vote NO on Brett Kavanaugh

To be delivered to Sen. Susan Collins (ME-1)

Petition Statement

Reject any nominee to the Supreme Court who does not support the Affordable Care Act and the Roe v. Wade decision. We request Susan Collins reject a nominee that is a threat to U.S. citizens access to healthcare and women's reproductive rights.
There are currently 615 signatures. NEW goal - We need 750 signatures!

Petition Background

NOTE: Yes, this petition does say "any nominee" not just Brett Kavanaugh, because we want it to be crystal clear to Senator Collins should his nomination be voted down that we will not settle for anything less than a Supreme Court nominee that supports the Affordable Care Act and Roe v. Wade.

It is critical Senator Collins vote NO on Brett Kavanaugh. He has displayed hostility to both Roe v. Wade and the Affordable Care Act in his past judicial decisions. NO ONE should be unable to access healthcare because they have a pre-existing condition such as cancer. And women should always be able to control their bodies and thereby their futures. We will not go back to coat hangers in back alleys. The confirmation hearings have taken place in an unprecedentedly unethical way, with the majority of Brett Kavanaugh's records kept confidential and sealed from the public. What are Senate Republicans hiding?

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