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Emergency Petition to Save the Courts

Senator Bill Frist has pulled the trigger on the "nuclear option." We now have less than 72 hours to stop him from seizing absolute power to stack the courts — including the Supreme Court. The vote is still too close to call. If we raise our voice, we can win.

We've launched an emergency petition we'll be delivering to congress every three hours, from Monday morning until the final vote is complete. Our allies will read your comments on the Senate floor, and every senator will know the American people are standing ready to hold them accountable. Please sign today:

"The Senate must oppose the "nuclear option" to eliminate the filibuster, and preserve the checks and balances that have kept our courts fair and independent for centuries."

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We've achieved 11% of our goal of 500,000 signers! (58,803)
FULL TEXT OF THE PETITION

TO: (Your Senators)
FROM: (Your Name and Email)
SUBJECT: Don't Go Nuclear
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Dear Senator (Name),

(Your personal note)

The Senate must oppose the "nuclear option" to eliminate the filibuster, and preserve the checks and balances that have kept our courts fair and independent for centuries.

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