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LGBT+ community fear Amy Coney Barrett’s looming confirmation to U.S. Supreme Court

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After the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg, President Donald Trump announced Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee.

Barrett is known for her conservative views and the LGBT+ community are undoubtedly concerned about what her appointment could mean for the future of their rights.

Reporter Millie Spencer spoke to Joseph Duggan Lyons, LGBT+ Activist from Iowa, and George Rennie, Political Scientist at Melbourne University, to understand why Barrett is so controversial.

Guests

George Rennie, Political Scientist at Melbourne University
Joseph Duggan Lyons, LGBT+ Activist from Iowa, Vice President of Rainbow Rose, Co-Director of Human Rights at Madrid Pride

Contributors

Miller Spencer

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