September 1, 2005
NCJW President Outlines Anti-Roberts Mobilization

August 26, 2005
NCJW Challenges Senate Judiciary Committee on Eve of Roberts Hearings

July 25, 2005
NCJW President Phyllis Snyder's Supreme Court Op-Ed Published by JTA

Find your voice. It's time to speak out and fight back. On January 22, 1973 the Supreme Court affirmed women's constitutional right to abortion in its landmark Roe v. Wade ruling. Today this right is under attack in courtrooms across the country. You can do something about it. 


With President Bush's nomination of Judge John Roberts to a lifetime seat on the Supreme Court, the stakes for fundamental freedoms -- including reproductive rights and religious liberty -- could not be higher. As Principal Deputy Solicitor General from 1989-1993, Roberts not only failed to defend fundamental constitutional rights, he actively participated in efforts to curtail those rights. And in the two years he has served as a judge on the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, his record has raised troubling questions about his ideology and judicial philosophy.

John Roberts should not be confirmed to a seat on the Supreme Court.


The judicial philosophy of the Supreme Court hangs in the balance, and the next judge appointed to the bench has the power to tip the scales.

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