Gov. Inslee notes concerns over Trump’s Supreme Court pick

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said citizens should be concerned about Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s pick for the U.S. Supreme Court.

In a statement Monday, Inslee said: “The stakes for this court nomination couldn’t be higher.

“President Trump has made clear his intent is to stack the bench with conservative-backed activists who will help advance his efforts to dismantle health care, civil rights, labor rights and women’s right to choose.

“People are rightfully concerned about this nomination. It’s one more reason why people need to get out to vote,” Inslee said.

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