2020 Daily Trail Markers: 20-state coalition files defense of Obamacare with Supreme Court

Source: CBS News - View Original Article
Published: May 07, 2020
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97% "Morgan emphasized the group is also keeping a close eye on stay-at-home orders and will not be going door-to-door until it gets the local ..."
96% "According to the rules, states must hold primaries by June 9, and all delegates must be elected by June 20.""
94% "With its funds, the group is looking to help boost both incumbents and candidates.""
93% "Paired with our online trainings, the Training Center's newest lessons will ensure our women continue to lead strong campaigns.""
92% "And we should expect that Biden will also be conducting local television interviews.""
91% "If all but one of the presidential candidates are removed from the ballot and the primary is not held, Delegate Plaintiffs will be deprived ..."

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97% : Morgan emphasized the group is also keeping a close eye on stay-at-home orders and will not be going door-to-door until it gets the local go-ahead.
96% : According to the rules, states must hold primaries by June 9, and all delegates must be elected by June 20.
94% : Why are Democrats all talking about Obamacare today?
94% : The power of EMILY's List is that our community is strong and we are all working together to adjust to the unexpected transitions from the COVID-19 pandemic."
94% : For the People Act and the Voting Rights Advancement Act.
94% : With its funds, the group is looking to help boost both incumbents and candidates.
93% : "Paired with our online trainings, the Training Center's newest lessons will ensure our women continue to lead strong campaigns."
92% : Not with the young people who can now stay on their parents insurance until 26.
92% : And we should expect that Biden will also be conducting local television interviews.
91% : "If all but one of the presidential candidates are removed from the ballot and the primary is not held, Delegate Plaintiffs will be deprived of the opportunity to compete for delegate slots and shape the course of events at the Convention, and voters will lose the chance to express their support for delegates who share their views," Judge Torres wrote in her ruling, adding, "The loss of these First Amendment rights is a heavy hardship."
90% : In a fact sheet from the Secretary of State's office, some of the reforms include allowing voters to request an absentee ballot online, providing pre-paid postage envelopes in order for voters to mail in their ballots and moving the absentee ballot request deadline to the Tuesday before election day.
89% : Kennedy already has an active virtual campaign for the Senate race including bi-weekly "Kennedy Evening Broadcasts," "Weekly Wednesday Q&A," and live social media check-ins.
88% : According to EMILY's List, the 10 new lessons help identify best digital practices to use for digital organizing, web development and digital ads.
88% : Today the Progressive Turnout Project (PTP) announced a slate of 101 endorsements ahead of the 2020 election including former Vice President Joe Biden, 16 current senators and challengers running for the Senate and 84 House candidates.
87% : "Obamacare is a disaster, but we've run it very well.
86% : On Wednesday, Biden was endorsed by the Human Rights Campaign saying his "dedication to advancing LGBTQ equality, even when it was unpopular to do so, has pushed our country and our movement forward."
86% : President Trump announced today in the Oval Office that his administration will be keeping the coronavirus task force in place "indefinitely" following concerns raised over reports of the group's "winding down."
85% : Not with ensuring that more than 100 million people with pre-existing conditions won't be denied coverage or charged more by their insurers.
83% : The current deadline to request a vote-by-mail ballot is three days before election day, which "creates a likelihood that voters will not receive their ballot on time," according to the fact sheet.
82% : Not with the thousands of Americans who may develop new 'pre-existing conditions' due to their battle with COVID-19.
82% : Meanwhile, President Trump reiterated support for the Republican-led effort today.
81% : On Wednesday, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, leading a coalition of 20 states and D.C., filed a briefing with the U.S. Supreme Court to defend the Affordable Care Act.
81% : His statement was one of many released by Democratic party officials, lawmakers and state leaders as the case moves forward.
81% : Mr. Trump told reporters, "I had no idea how popular the task force is, until actually yesterday, when I started talking about winding it down...I'd get calls from very respected people, saying, I think it would be better to keep it going, it's done such a good job.
81% : While states may request a waiver, it must be ultimately approved by the Rules and Bylaws Committee.
80% : Dr. Jill Biden also made a foray into her first virtual campaign stops today, Erickson and political unit intern Blythe Edwards report.
80% : It's opening offices, buying supplies, and setting up the technology needed by its teams.
80% : The new ad called "Lead" will start running Thursday in the Boston, Springfield, Rhode Island, and Albany media markets on broadcast, cable, Spanish-language, streaming services, and digital platforms, according to the Kennedy campaign.
79% : The events are also the first glimpse at Biden's Florida operations, which have yet to be tested in a big way.
79% : "I look forward to when we can close the task force, because then the job will be essentially, hopefully over," Mr. Trump later added.
79% : At the same time, all trainings are being conducted via Zoom.
79% : "She has chosen to regulate every aspect of nearly 10 million lives with no consent or input from the people's representatives, whose assistance the Governor publicly disdains," the court filing says.
78% : But the collective movement is outraged...
76% : Now, as both parties move forward with filings in the Supreme Court, Democrats are sounding the alarm on what has been one of their main talking points during the 2018 midterms and continues to be in the 2020 election: protecting the Affordable Care Act.
76% : Now, as the coronavirus strains health care systems across the country, some question whether the entire system needs to be examined, including progressives who've long pushed for "Medicare for All."
76% : The two events are a first for the Biden campaign as they begin targeting specific swing states ahead of November's election.
76% : As pro-choice Democratic women push for progress and protection in some of our most vulnerable communities, we are committed to helping them run up and down the ballot," said EMILY's List president Stephanie Schriock in a press release statement.
76% : The organization already hired all of its district leadership positions in February, including about 115 people who would be opening offices and training staff in 17 states.
76% : Lawyers for Sanders and Yang presented arguments in Manhattan Monday.
75% : Republican legislative leaders in Michigan announced a lawsuit challenging Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer's emergency powers after she extended Michigan's state of emergency through May 28th last week, according to CBS News campaign reporters Jack Turman and Adam Brewster.
75% : The Rules and Bylaws Committee of the Democratic National Committee is meeting on May 12 to discuss what to do with delegates of states who have moved their primaries past the designated window in the party's rules.
75% : Aaron Ockerman, the executive director of the Ohio Association of Election Officials, a bipartisan organization that represents the county boards of elections and their employees, told CBS News campaign reporter Jack Turman that the association is supportive of LaRose's proposals.
74% : Whitmer has cited both laws for giving her the ability to enact a state of emergency and issue executive orders related to COVID-19.
71% : OHIO A little over a week after Ohio's vote-by-mail primary concluded, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose is proposing voting reforms ahead of future elections.
70% : Not with protecting the millions of people who depend on the exchanges for their health coverage.
70% : Staffers and volunteers are calling, texting and emailing potential supporters urging them to tune into the two events, and aides said the campaign is also spending some money to advertise the event.
70% : Schriock said in her statement that their team is doing the same. "
69% : "Having someone at the top of the ticket being outspoken about those issues is really crucial," Morgan said of Biden.
69% : On Tuesday it endorsed one House Democrat challenger, 11 House Democrat incumbent "Frontliners" and two Senate candidates: Barbara Bollier in Kansas and Theresa Greenfield in Iowa.
68% : Republicans are challenging Whitmer's executive authority under an emergency powers law from 1945 and the Emergency Management Act of 1976.
68% : Tiffany Brown, a spokesperson for Whitmer, said that Whitmer will not be distracted by this lawsuit and will continue to make decisions based on data and guidance from medical experts.
67% : It should make us all angry."
67% : The grassroots-funded political action committee told CBS News political unit associate producer Sarah Ewall-Wice its bottom line is to get Democrats to the polls.
67% : The lawsuit, which was filed in the Michigan Court of Claims, argues that Whitmer has violated the separation of powers in her handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
65% : Dr. Biden first huddled online with Senator Debbie Stabenow and Michigan nurses and then with Representative Brenda Lawrence and the Michigan Democratic Party Black Caucus.
65% : While there are still questions about when people will be heading out and knocking on doors, PTP is talking about ordering face masks and hand sanitizer.
64% : And we've made it barely acceptable," he added.
64% : He's making "virtual" stops in Jacksonville and Tampa, where he plans to hold discussions with local leaders and a rally, respectively.
64% : Like many groups and campaigns, Lemek said at the onset of the pandemic, the group was preparing to "batten down the hatches" in anticipation of a downturn in fundraising.
63% : On Thursday, Biden is taking his presidential campaign to Florida, reports CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe.
63% : As part of its mission to get people to the polls, PTP is investing more than $52 million to knock on more than 10 million doors and get out the vote in 17 presidential and Senate battleground states.
62% : "By siding with the Republican Attorneys-General who are seeking to invalidate the ACA in the U.S. Supreme Court, Trump has made clear where his priorities lie.
61% : Morgan told CBS News the PAC is focusing on battleground races where it can make the most difference, but because access to the ballot is core to its mission, the group is also concentrating on a slate of candidates who support legislation focused on voting access like the
61% : Rep. Joe Kennedy's Senate campaign has debuted its first ad of the campaign, reports CBS News political unit associate producer Eleanor Watson.
60% : Well, kind of.
60% : PRESIDENT TRUMP
58% : CBS News recently reported that political digital teams across the country are trying to adapt to the new reality during the pandemic.
58% : We are not going to do that this cycle because we don't want to exchange things back and forth."
58% : Ockerman added that the reforms are "common sense" and he hopes the reforms will be seriously considered by Ohio's legislature before the legislature recesses for the summer.
57% : Some staff have also shifted their attention to making calls to battleground states like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Arizona to remind voters that they can sign up to vote-by-mail online in November.
57% : it's brought this attention
57% : CBS News campaign reporter Nicole Sganga and political unit associate producer Eleanor Watson report the order from U.S. District Judge Analisa Torres returns all qualifying presidential candidates -- including Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders -- to the primary ballot and mandates that the election must take place June 23, as previously scheduled.
56% : So, what will make these stops distinctly Florida even though Biden will be beaming in from Delaware?
55% : The Emergency Management Act of 1976 does note an extension to a state of emergency requires legislative approval.
54% : In other words, we're staying with the group, with Texas and the group," he said in the Oval Office.
53% : President Trump has said on several occasions since that Republicans would unveil their own health care plan, but it has not yet materialized.
53% : "You know, while everybody is at home to say, 'hey, this is a really good action you can take right now to ensure you get a ballot and can cast your vote this November regardless of what happens.'"
52% : The president also said his administration will be adding 2 or 3 additional members to the task force with a renewed focus on re-opening the country.
52% : This is worse than the World Trade Center.
51% : It's a respected task force."
50% : Not with women, who will no longer be protected against being charged more for their insurance," presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said in a statement.
49% : Expect a slate of local leaders or political figures to appear before Biden speaks, and there may be some Florida-specific items in Biden's graphics or backdrop, said the aides, who weren't authorized to speak publicly about the matter.
49% : While the pandemic has transformed and curbed the fundraising scene dramatically, the Brady PAC, a sister organization of the Brady gun control advocacy group, has actually seen an increase in fundraising and interest.
48% : On Twitter, Biden called for an investigation into Arbery's death, noting it was "clear" that he "was killed in cold blood."
47% : As many down ballot candidates make the virtual transition, CBS News campaign reporter LaCrai Mitchell reports that the political action committee EMILY's List announced Wednesday that it has added new lessons to its online training center in an effort "to help women candidates adopt digital strategies in their campaigns.
45% : Late last night, Biden commented on the killing of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery, whose death was captured on video, CBS News campaign reporter Bo Erickson reports.
45% : That decision said Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, would receive all the 274 pledged delegates.
44% : PROGRESSIVE PRAISE
44% : And the grassroots network has been incredibly responsive," he said.
43% : Through that program, millions of supporters on their email list who were going to travel to engage with voters could still volunteer.
42% : Brian Lemek, executive director of Brady PAC, told CBS News political unit broadcast associate Aaron Navarro Brady PAC has raised $1 million so far in the year, and based off the activity in the past two months, has doubled its election cycle fundraising goal to $5 million.
42% : The 1945 law does not mention that a governor needs legislative approval to issue "reasonable orders," but Republicans are arguing that the law does not pertain to statewide pandemics, but instead "applies only to geographically limited, civil disturbance-like emergencies.
41% : The case originated with a Texas-led effort backed by the Trump administration.
40% : "They're introducing this element to their home and because they're new gun owners and because perhaps they aren't able to go to the range for practice or get more familiar with the weapon, it's being mishandled and it could be used to harm those in their homes," he said.
39% : EMILY's List Training Center was launched in 2018 and has since provided tools to teach pro-Democratic women who are running for office how to run a successful campaign.
38% : And despite the coronavirus' has people homebound for now, that plan has not changed.
38% : That is no longer the case.
37% : Recent polls give Biden a single-digit edge over President Trump in Florida and the stops - or whatever we're calling them - are designed to shore up support in two corners of the state where a Democratic presidential candidate can do well: Jacksonville, which has a large African-American population, and Tampa, which sits at the western edge of the famed I-4 corridor that White House campaigns always target in pursuit of swing voters.
36% : "No -- Trump has decided he'd rather destroy President Obama's legacy than protect the health care of millions upon millions of Americans," Biden said.
36% : "We never for a moment, thought that that COVID would tie back to guns.
36% : She's making decisions based on science and data, not political or legal pressure."
35% : "Her number one priority is saving lives.
34% : Last month, New York state -- the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic -- took the unprecedented step of canceling its presidential primary, citing coronavirus concerns.
33% : CBS News political unit associate producer Sarah Ewall-Wice says this comes after the high court agreed to review an appeals court decision that found the health care law's individual mandate unconstitutional and called into the question whether the law could stand as a whole.
32% : Citing the lack of clinics in certain African-American communities, the struggle to pay for food, and the technological gap for some students to e-learn without the adequate resources, Dr. Biden said, "We are seeing that these biases, these injustices...they are deadly.
31% : "We're talking about pre-packaging," Morgan said.
30% : "We've been calling voters and walking them through that process," said Morgan.
30% : we never imagined that we would have, with it being a virus, to the issue.
28% : "Normally we would hand someone a clipboard.
27% : Lemek said there are two factors mainly spurring grassroots support: the images of some state capitol protesters bringing their assault-style weapons, and the type of "panic purchasing" of firearms in states where gun shops have been deemed "essential."
25% : And it should have never happened.
25% : The New York Board of Elections originally voted to remove candidates who have suspended their campaigns from the primary ballot under an obscure provision entered into the state budget signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo in April.
24% : "This lawsuit is just another partisan game that won't distract the governor," Brown said in a statement.
22% : There's never been an attack like this.
21% : "We're not doing anything, we're staying.
20% : Dr. Biden declared that she was "angry" how COVID-19 has disproportionately killed black Americans.
20% : A federal judge restored the New York Democratic presidential primary, ruling Tuesday that its cancellation by the New York State Board of Elections last month was unconstitutional.
19% : Multiple organizations have been forced to transition political operations to digital platforms in response to COVID-19.
19% : To the Brady PAC, the "panic purchasing" at gun shops highlights the issue of improper use and storage of weapons in the home.
19% : Kennedy is competing in the primary on September 1 against incumbent Senator Ed Markey.
18% : Because the legislature did not extend the state of emergency at the end of April, Republican legislators argue that Whitmer does not have emergency powers under the 1976 law.
16% : In 2017, Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare failed in Congress.
15% : "We want to win a majority and we want to take back the White House, so we prioritized the White House, we prioritized winning back the Senate and retaining the majority in the House," said Executive Director Alex Morgan.
14% : Trump continued, "This is worse than Pearl Harbor.
13% : In addition the group has launched an effort called Turnout 2020, which is a virtual phone banking program.
9% : Tuesday's opinion followed a legal challenge filed by former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang and a group of delegates aiming to reverse the cancellation.
8% : CBS News campaign reporter Nicole Sganga says the president also remarked that keeping the country on economic shutdown is "not sustainable," calling the coronavirus pandemic, "the worst attack we've ever had.

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