CAC's David Gans appeared on U Need 2 Know with host Frank Knapp to discuss the cases decided in the last week of the Supreme Court's Term.
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CAC President Elizabeth Wydra spoke with CNN's Pamela Brown about the Supreme Court's ruling in the landmark reproductive rights case, Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt.
CAC President Elizabeth Wydra appeared on C-SPAN's Washington Journal to review key Supreme Court decisions from the 2015-16 term and how the divided court functioned with eight justices.
CAC President Elizabeth Wydra appeared on CNN to discuss the breaking news of the U.S. Supreme Court striking down Texas' abortion clinic shutdown laws in Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt.
CAC President Elizabeth Wydra appeared on the Bill Press Show to discuss the major Supreme Court cases being decided at the end of its Term, including on cases about abortion, immigration, and affirmative action.
CAC President Elizabeth Wydra joined host Rev. Al Sharpton on Keepin' It Real to discuss the end of the Supreme Court's Term.
"It will definitely be a dramatic example of the problems of having a mere eight-justice court," said Elizabeth Wydra, president of the Constitutional Accountability Center. "And if the court splits 4-4 they will leave in place a difference of opinion, in the circuits [courts] below. That means women would enjoy their fundamental rights differently based on the state in which they live and this is not how our Constitution works."
CAC President Elizabeth Wydra appeared on FOX News' Special Report with host Shannon Bream to discuss the eight-justice Supreme Court's inability to function after dividing 4-4 over President Obama's immigration actions.
CAC President Elizabeth Wydra joined host Al Sharpton on "Keepin' It Real" to discuss legal challenges to voting rights now pending in courts across the country.
"I think all eyes are going to be on Justice [Anthony] Kennedy and I don't think it will split 4-4," said Elizabeth Wydra, president of the Constitutional Accountability Center. "I think Justice Kennedy will join the more liberal justices to say the Supreme Court has reaffirmed there is a constitutional right for a woman to choose whether or not to have an abortion."