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The United States Senate on Monday night rushed through approval for a bill beefing up protection for Supreme Court Justices amid escalating threats against members of the Court and attacks targeting pro-life organizations.
As Townhall reported last week, Republican Texas Senator John Cornyn introduced the “Supreme Court Police Parity Act” that expanded protections for Supreme Court Justices and their families while giving Supreme Court Police enhanced abilities in carrying out their protective duties. Democrat Senator Chris Coons of Delaware quickly signed onto Cornyn’s bill and helped speed it through his side of the chamber. By unanimous consent, Senate ok’s bill to beef up security at the Supreme Court. Grants the Supreme Court security related authorities equivalent to the legislative and executive branch. — Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) May 9, 2022 After the Senate passed the bill to increase the level of protection for Supreme Court Justices and […]
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