Conservatives' signature political achievement has been the expansion of the Supreme Court's conservative majority, the capstone of a 30-year mission to restructure the courts in their own image.
Case by case, the Supreme Court has rewritten the rules that have long structured the way we live, how we are governed, how we worship, and even who we are. Immigration. Health Care. Political representation. Reproductive and religious rights. . . It's hard to find any aspect of daily life beyond the reach of the court's sticky tentacles.
In the wake of one of the most consequential terms in the Supreme Court's checkered history, Common Ground's third forum of the season will debate the impact of the court's restructuring and how it is exacerbating the country's deep divisions.
Panelists include Ted Olson, Laurence Tribe, and Joyce Vance. In-person tickets can be purchased for USD 45 and virtual tickets for USD 25. Season passes also remain available.
Doors will open around 2:30p ET on Sunday, July 17, at Wamogo Regional High School in Litchfield, CT. The show will begin at 3:00.
General Admission: USD 45.00
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Venue Name: Wamogo Regional High School