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Joyce Vance, Jill Wine-Banks, Barb McQuade and Kimberly Atkins Stohr pull back the curtain on how our government actually works, take on the corrupt, share their wisdom and give us their rulings on the latest in politics, law, and culture.
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May 14, 2022   ·  1:18:32
The #SistersInLaw answer your questions about SCOTUS and the leaked decision, then explain the perils of redistricting in Florida, and the recent subpoenas of GOP members related to 1/6.
May 6, 2022   ·  1:12:00
The #SistersInLaw discuss the future of abortion rights after leak of the Dobbs draft opinion, how to take action, and the Supreme Court ruling on what flags can fly over Boston’s city hall.
May 3, 2022   ·  21:01
The #SistersInLaw hold an emergency session to discuss the leak that Roe V. Wade will be undone by the SCOTUS and what it means for our lives, our legal system, and our politics.
April 30, 2022   ·  1:15:37
The #SistersInLaw analyze the new evidence coming out about 1/6. Then, they give a perjury primer, and examine how the 1st amendment relates to the case of a praying football coach.
April 23, 2022   ·  1:15:48
The #SistersInLaw discuss the mask mandate strike down by a Federal Judge, examine the possibility of kicking insurrectionists like MTG off the ‘22 ballot, and re-think the 9-5 work day.
April 16, 2022   ·  1:21:08
The #SistersInLaw take on Jared Kushner’s nepotistic dealings with Saudi Arabia, free speech issues of tenure and Elon’s attempt to buy Twitter, and the shooting by police in Grand Rapids.
April 8, 2022   ·  59:09
The #SistersInLaw cheer KBJ’s confirmation, and discuss concerns relating to the Supreme Court’s shadow docket, enforcing 1/6 committee subpoenas, and Desantis versus Disney.
April 1, 2022   ·
The #SistersInLaw examine fresh 1/6 insurrection developments, the trial of Gov. Whitmer’s attempted kidnappers, and explain the SCOTUS decision and dissent on SEAL vaccinations.
March 25, 2022   ·  1:20:31
The #SistersInLaw discuss the Supreme Court nomination process, Ketanji Brown Jackson’s impeccable credentials, her confirmation hearing, and the value of diverse court nominees.
March 18, 2022   ·
The #SistersInLaw discuss the Ukraine conflict’s legal issues, give their takes on the “Don’t Say Gay” bill and related laws, and share how Gini Thomas’ actions relate to Supreme Court ethics.