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10/26/2020
Final vote on confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court of the United States
Oppose
Confirmed
06/18/2020
The Senate voted on the nomination of Justin Reed Walker to fill a vacancy on the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit Court, fewer than six months after confirming him to a lower position, for which the American Bar Association deemed him "not qualified."
Oppose
Confirmed
02/25/2020
The Senate voted on whether to invoke cloture on a redundant, legally unnecessary bill to mandate care for babies born alive after failed abortions.
Oppose
Failed
02/11/2020
The Senate voted on the nomination of Judge Andrew Brasher to serve as a Circuit Judge of the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Brasher has a long history of anti-choice activity.
Oppose
Confirmed
12/04/2019
The Senate voted on the nomination of Sarah E. Pitlyk to the US District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. Pitlyk was rated "not qualified" by the American Bar Association, and has a long history of opposition to reproductive rights.
Oppose
Confirmed
11/14/2019
The Senate voted on the nomination of Steven Menashi to the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Menashi was a former Trump administration lawyer who has characterized Roe v. Wade as "radical abortion rights advocated for by campus feminists."
Oppose
Confirmed
10/22/2019
Andrew Bremberg was nominated as the US Representative to the European Office of the United Nations in Geneva. The person in this position represents the US not only to the UN, but to the other international organizations based there. Bremberg has expressed extreme views on reproductive rights, stating that he believed rape victims should not have access to abortion services. He also supported the US government's threat to veto a UN Security Council resolution condemning gender-based violence if the resolution contained references to victims' access to sexual and reproductive health care.
Oppose
Confirmed
06/18/2019
The Trump administration created the "Unalienable Rights Commission," as a vehicle for narrowing the definition of human rights to conform to conservative ideas of family and sexuality. During debate on a 2019 spending package, House Democrats proposed a ban on funding for the commission.
Support
Agreed To
06/18/2019
During debate on a 2019 spending package, Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-AZ) proposed an amendment eliminating a provision directing funding to international family planning programs.
Oppose
Failed
06/12/2019
During debate on a 2019 spending bill, Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL) offered an amendment to strike a provision blocking the Trump administration's domestic gag rule on Title X providers.
Oppose
Failed

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