We looked inside some of the tweets by @acslaw and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
Today it only takes one week for users to send a billion tweets.
The President's Commission on #SCOTUS must be empowered and required to issue recommendations for reform. The legitimacy of the Court is in crisis. The Commission wont be serving the public unless it delivers actionable recommendations on court reform. https://t.co/7LpYFhTDpK
News that the FBI’s investigation into those allegations was likely driven by the Trump admin's political objectives, rather than by facts and a pursuit of the truth is a blow to the public’s trust in the confirmation process and in the Supreme Court itself. (3/3) - @russfeingold
The public and Congress rely on the White House and the FBI to conduct thorough and objective investigations into candidates nominated for our highest court. This is never more true than in the wake of the type of allegations that were made about Justice Kavanaugh. (2/3)
A step forward re: #DeathPenalty but more must be done. The President has the authority to commute federal death row. This country must never again partake in an execution spree like the one carried out by the previous administration. https://t.co/H81xz309hU
Another positive step by the Biden administration in moving this country away from the archaic and unjust #deathpenalty. There's still more to do to ensure this country never again partakes in an execution spree like that carried out by the last admin https://t.co/ETTq8YKJPw
We need more than an academic review of court reform. There has been a litany of scholarship written about reform options in recent years. When do we stop reviewing the ideas and start implementing? #CourtReform
We are dismayed by this judge’s decision to put the lives of hundreds of thousands of immigrant youth into chaos. It's encouraging to hear the @TheJusticeDept will appeal, yet, this underscores the need for an enduring policy response that ends status limbo for Dreamers. (2/2)
THANK YOU to @AllisonJRiggs @ProfTolson for letting us listen in on your incredible conversation & inspiring us to demand change and not just hope for it🔥 Thank you to @AlexPadilla4CA for inspiring us to to ask ourselves what role we will play in protecting our democracy https://t.co/vZDzFbDsBg