Cleveland activist Tawayne McGee holds up a protest sign at the the Stop Asian Hate march held in AsiaTown in Cleveland.
Voter Registration Efforts Take on New Urgency in Cleveland Following Death of Supreme Court Justice
A Kent State political science professor who specializes in Supreme Court politics is not surprised about the partisan debate that’s erupted over filling the seat left open by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Democrats such as Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey have threatened to expand the number of seats on the court – and eliminate the filibuster -- if President Trump makes a nomination before the election.
Prof. Chris Banks says that could just be political posturing and “whether it actually happens is another issue. I think maybe the filibuster would go, but it pretty much is already gone in many respects.”