The filibuster is why the courts have all the power

The conservative majority spent the last few weeks of their session rewriting the law to suit their whims, from striking down the legal right to privacy in Roe v Wade to placing themselves above the executive branch in agency regulation.

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Katelyn Burns

Katelyn Burns

Political journalist. The first openly trans Capitol Hill reporter in US history. Writing about more than just trans issues. Follow her on Twitter @transscribe