Justice at Stake wrote this letter to Senate leadership thanking them for their continued examination of issues related to Citizens United v. FEC.
Colin Powell, former Secretary of State
In a letter, Justice at Stake and other organizations urge Senators to work toward filling judicial vacancies with judges who are not only exceptionally well-qualified, but who also reflect the full diversity of the legal profession.
In a letter to House Judiciary Committee leadership, Justice at Stake addresses issues with a committee hearing on federal courts staffing.
In a letter to Congress, Justice at Stake along with 26 other organizations call to attention the need for adequate funding for the federal judiciary in Fiscal Year 2014.
Justice at Stake sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Bankruptcy and the Courts expressing support for the Federal Judgeship Act of 2013.
Justice at Stake was one of the 97 signatories on a letter to U.S. Senators supporting Yes-or-No Votes for the president’s three nominees to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
In a letter to Senate Leadership, Justice at Stake supports the Federal Judgeship Act of 2013.
Justice at Stake sent this letter to Congressional leadership to thank them for their attention to the issue of sequestration's effects on the federal courts and the issues raised at the hearing, "Sequestering Justice: How the Budget Crisis Is Undermining Our Courts."
Justice at Stake sent this letter to Congressional leadership in support of Amendment #1250 to S.744, which would support the courts in meeting additional responsibilities that may result from passage of comprehensive immigration reform legislation.
Justice at Stake sent this letter to Congressional leadership this week opposing H.R. Bill 2239, which would eliminate three seats from the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
In a letter to the leadership of the House and Senate Judiciary Committee, Justice at Stake urges congressional leaders to support additional funding for federal courts.
Justice at Stake wrote this letter to Senators Patrick Leahy and Chuck Grassley regarding S. 744, the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act.
Justice at Stake wrote this letter to the Senate and House leadership urging them to identify a bipartisan solution to allay the damage that sequestration is beginning to cause.
In a letter to the leadership of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Justice at Stake urges senators to not consider legislation which would eliminate three seats from the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Justice at Stake sent this letter to House and Senate leadership urging a bipartisan solution to allay the damage that sequestration will cause.
In a letter to Majority Leader Reid and Minority Leader McConnell, a broad coalition of 23 national organizations, including Justice at Stake, urged Senate leaders to cooperate and hold confirmation votes on pending judicial nominees during the lame-duck session.
Justice at Stake wrote this letter to the House and Senate leadership urging decisive action be taken to find a bipartisan solution to preempt the damage that would result from sequestration.
Justice at Stake wrote this letter to Majority Leader Reid and Republican Leader McConnell expressing concern for the state of the judicial confirmation process. Justice at Stake urged prompt action be taken regarding all pending nominees.
Justice at Stake wrote this letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee concerning Citizens United and the threat it poses to public confidence in state judiciaries.
Justice at Stake wrote the following letter to House leaders John Boehner (R-OH) and Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), opposing an attempt to scuttle Federal Communications Commission rules that would improve public access to filings of campaign advertising information.
JAS at Stake wrote the following letter to the House Appropriations Committee, opposing an attempt to scuttle Federal Communications Commission rules that would improve public access to filings of campaign advertising information.
Justice at Stake is one of 76 groups to sign a letter to U.S. Senate leaders urging faster action on federal judicial nominees. For details, see Gavel Grab.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16—The Justice at Stake Campaign is among 76 groups urging the U.S. Senate to speed its pace of judicial confirmations, saying that “obstructionist practices” have delayed up-or-down votes, and that severe shortages on the federal bench have reached a “state of crisis.”
On February 15, 2011, Justice at Stake were among 76 organizations and groups to co-sign a letter urging the Senate to continue to work together in a bipartisan fashion to proceed with the confirmation votes on judicial nominees who have been approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee.