MedPage Today  |  December 28, 2022

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On October 3, a new Supreme Court term began with Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman joining the bench in the Court’s 232-year history. Yet, even with this long overdue voice, the Court retains a 6-3 conservative supermajority. My last columnopens in a new tab or window in The Health Docket showed how the Court has weakened public health powers to combat the defining threats of our lifetimes — COVID-19, climate change, and gun violence — while unraveling deeply personal rights to abortion and LGBTQ+ freedoms.

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