The Supreme Court Legislates From the Bench
From Tom Fitton’s article for NewsMax:
I’m sure you noted the decision by the United States Supreme Court regarding sex discrimination.
In expanding the ban of sex discrimination in the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to include sexual orientation and gender identity, the court engaged in an abuse of power by legislating from the bench.
There has been a years-long battle by the Left to change federal law to bar discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. But the Court short-circuited the democratic process and rewrote the law without a vote of Congress, but by a vote of six unelected judges.
Congress should reaffirm the Constitution and combat this judicial power grab by reaffirming the original meaning of the Civil Rights Act. Only Congress can amend a law, not the Supreme Court.
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