Committee Democrats were not consulted in the decision to launch the investigation, according to a spokesperson.
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The Roberts Court has been more than willing to make sweeping interventions to roll back civil rights. And now that Justice Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed, this will almost certainly become more pronounced.