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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s exemplary background reflects the Biden administration’s commitment to nominating exceptional judges at every level.
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President Joe Biden’s nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court comes at a critical time, as the conservative majority threatens to gut federal voting rights protections, undermine labor unions, and overturn essential abortion rights that have stood for half a century. It’s time to bring an accomplished judge with a stellar record and history of public service to the nation’s highest court. Judge Jackson’s dedication to fighting for human and civil rights and her deep commitment to equal justice make her eminently qualified to serve as a Supreme Court justice.
Here are five things to know about Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson:
It is vital that the United States has fair-minded justices who are deeply committed to its principles of equality and justice for all. Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s eminent qualifications represent her dedication to protecting and advancing human and civil rights. By confirming her to the U.S. Supreme Court, Congress would help ensure the court works for everyone.
Join us in congratulating Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson in her historic confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, helping to ensure that the court works for all of us.
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