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US Sens. Bob Casey (D) and Pat Toomey (R) of Pennsylvania (Capital Star File)

Good Tuesday morning, fellow seekers.

When there is a promise President Donald Trump (who is campaigning this Tuesday in Hershey) can brag that he’s actually holding up without taking the truth too seriously.

And last week, the embattled White House caught another judicial appointment over the goal line Sarah Pitlyk.

The U.S. Senate voted 49 to 44 last week to confirm Pitlykwho earned the wrath of progressives for their opposition not only to access to abortion but also to fertility treatments and IVF.

Until it is confirmed to the Bundesbank for the Eastern District of Missouri, Pitlyk, 42, an attorney for anti-election Thomas More Society, had never tried a case. They netted an “unqualified” rating from the company American Bar Association, after slate.

Pennsylvania’s two US Senators, Democrat Bob casey jr., from Scranton, and Pat Toomey, of Lehigh County, stuck to their respective caucus on the confirmatory vote. Caseywho opposes abortion but supports family planning and access to contraception to reduce the need for them, voted “no” on confirmation.

Toomey, who rejects abortion rights but does not have the culture fighter profile of other Senate Republicans, was able to confirm a “yes”, as an official Senate name appeal showed.

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How slate Remarks, Pitlyk has:

”… Co-authored Amicus letter against California ART protection, claiming (without evidence) that “the practice of surrogacy has serious effects on society, such as a decreased respect for motherhood and the unique mother-child bond.”

Pitlyk has too explained (again without evidence) that surrogacy “is harmful to mothers and children, so it is a practice society should not enforce”.

And she has announced that frozen embryos should be legally recognized as human beings, Write that these “children” are “killed” when embryos are destroyed. Pitlyk’s position – that states should treat embryos like humans – would likely prohibit not only abortion, but IVF and surrogacy as well. ”

Toomey, which is likely to face tough re-election in 2022, unsurprisingly came under fire from the Pennsylvania Democrats for his vote as well as his vote earlier support for defunding Planned parenting, and previous public statements that Roe versus Wade was wrongly decided.

Toomey has taken his misogynist views to extremes by voting for a judge who not only wants to deprive women of health care rights, but also wants to deprive them of the possibility of having children and starting families through IVF and surrogacy. Beth Melenasaid a spokeswoman for the Democratic National Party in an email.

“We already knew that Pat Toomey supports the repeal Roe versus Wade, is demolishing the health insurance of over 90,000 Pennsylvanians who rely on it Planned parenting Get access to contraception and cancer screening and treatment, and put doctors who perform abortions in jail “, Melena continued. “But now Pat Toomey wants tens of thousands of couples who become pregnant through IVF or who choose surrogacy to be denied the right to raise families. “

Toomeys The office declined a request for comment on the story through a spokesman.

Our stuff.

Elizabeth Hardison is leading our coverage this morning with an overview of a busy day ahead of the state Justice Committee of the House, made the changes to the draft laws and probation reform laws draw the wrath of lawyers.

Stephen Caruso has what you need to know about a Conservative group meeting in Harrisburg this week, that is try to give clean energy politics a face for the GOP.

Washington Bureau chief Robin Bravender caught up U.S. Representative Mary Gay Scanlon, D-5. District, as the Justice Committee of the House of Representatives went through another marathon day of impeachment hearings. The Delaware County Democrat is the vice chairperson of the panel.

On our comment page, opinion regularly Fletcher McClellan chooses its top 10 Pennsylvania Political Stories of the 2010s. Two Vanderbilt University Scientists explain how installment loans are always as ubiquitous and harmful as payday loans. Pennsylvania currently prohibits payday loans.

President Donald Trump waves as he walks across the South Lawn of the White House after disembarking Marine One following his trip to Williamsburg, Virginia on Tuesday, July 30, 2019. (Official White House Photo by Tia Dufour, Flickr Commons)

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