Supreme Court Nomination, Juries During COVID, Suppression Of Native American Votes
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The confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett begins on Capitol Hill in Washington, Monday, Oct. 12, 2020.
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Today on Insight, we discuss the Supreme Court nomination process, what the appointment of Amy Coney Barrett would mean for every Californian, how the California Superior Court system is functioning during the pandemic, and how the Native American vote has been suppressed.
University of the Pacific Law Professor Leslie Gielow Jacobs discusses the SCOTUS nomination process
CalMatters Journalist Byrhonda Lyons joins us to talk about what this appointment means for California and why every Californian should care
Sacramento County Superior Court Presiding Judge Russell Hom talks about justice in the time of COVID, how Sacramento Superior Court is functioning with jury service during the pandemic (pre-record)
Axios News Desk Editor Michele Salcedo talks about how the Native American vote has been suppressed over the years