AFJAC works to ensure that Americans understand the importance of the court system and their own power to stand up for their rights. We will be releasing reports, taking positions in blog posts, and pursuing initiatives to educate and activate Americans regarding the courts throughout the coming year.
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Gavel Grab is back!
The Alliance for Justice Action Campaign is excited to announce its hosting of Gavel Grab, a lively go-to blog featuring the nation’s top fair courts and access-to-justice news stories of the day, plus breaking news bulletins. Gavel Grab also provides an easy-to-search archive of nearly a decade of fair courts news.
Whether you’re a new reader or a longtime friend, we hope you’ll enjoy and share Gavel Grab. We promote a national conversation about the importance of our courts with a goal of advancing core constitutional values, preserving human rights, securing unfettered access to the judicial system, and guaranteeing the even-handed administration of justice for all Americans. We’re glad to sponsor Gavel Grab to further our mission. The blog previously was a project of the Justice at Stake Campaign.
AFJAC IN THE NEWS
- New York Daily News (11/09/2016): What Donald Trump’s ‘ultra-conservative’ Supreme Court will look like
- Washington Post (10/30/2016): GOP must allow vote on Supreme Court justices
- Washington Times (10/27/2016): White House slams Cruz as ‘selfish’ in feud over Supreme Court
- WMUR (10/26/2016): High Stakes for the High Court
- WBUR (10/25/2016): When Supreme Court Appointments Fall Prey To Unprincipled Partisanship
- Huffington Post (10/24/2016): The Threat Of A Right-Wing Supreme Court: Analyzing Trump’s Prospective Justices
- US News & World Report (10/21/2016): Donald Trump Is in Trouble With Women After Sexual Assault Charges
- USA Today (10/20/2106): Supreme Court debate: Stark contrasts emerge between Trump, Clinton