Many of the state supreme courts that have seen the most campaign cash—Ohio, Alabama, Texas, and Michigan—have voted more often for corporate defendants and against injured workers, consumers, and patients.
A guide to distinguish the differences and similarities between state and federal courts, and explain the challenges that exist for both court systems’ processes.
Fifty-two federal judicial nominees are currently waiting for Senate action, underscoring congressional gridlock and the need to put people before politics.
Inaction and obstruction by the Sen. McConnell-led Senate has delayed justice for millions of Americans.
The judicial vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court has dramatically hindered the Court’s ability to make meaningful decisions on key issues, and an obstructionist Senate is to blame.
Americans are sick and tired of being sick and tired of waiting on Congress to act and ensure the right to vote for all.
With a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court, CAP asked scholars, litigators, and thought leaders why courts matter to them.
Justice will be delayed for millions of Americans if the Senate refuses to do its job and vote on a Supreme Court nominee.
The fight over the vacant seat on the Supreme Court shows the importance of the lower courts and the high cost of Senate obstruction.
The Senate's current judicial confirmations are moving at the slowest rate since 1953.