January 7, 2023
In This Episode:
The #SistersInLaw come together to explain the civil suit filed by the estate of Officer Sicknick against Trump and other insurrectionists, plus what goes into determining culpability and damages. They also lay out the SCOTUS’ selective use of originalism to expand the scope of the 2nd Amendment, and break down the political and international implications of the Republicans’ failure to elect a Speaker of the House.
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On how the Bruen Decision affects gun proliferation
From Kim on the expansion of the 2nd Amendment by the SCOTUS
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