Kavanaugh's Accuser Comes Forward; Conway 'Senate Should Hear Her'
Confirmation Procedings Becomes Circus-Like

By: Jake Fogg

On Monday White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway said that President Donald Trump supports allowing testimony from Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanau’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford to be heard by the Senate.

In an interview with Fox News Conway said, “This woman should not be insulted and should not be ignored.”

Conway believes that the Senate Judiciary Committee is taking a “reasonable” approach to the recent revelation which has presented an eleventh-hour obstacle to Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Referring to the attempt to arrange for Ford to testify, Conway stated that Kavanaugh should also be heard by the committee again on the same issue.  

Kellyanne Conway said that she had spoken to President Trump, Senator Lindsey Graham and others and asserted that Ford “will be heard”, although at the time it was unclear how that would transpire.

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By: The Associated Press
 
SAN FRANCISCO –  The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way Monday for enforcement of a first-of-its-kind California law that bars psychological counseling aimed at turning gay minors straight.
 
The justices turned aside a legal challenge brought by supporters of so-called conversion or reparative therapy. Without comment, they let stand an August 2013 appeals court ruling that said the ban covered professional activities that are within the state's authority to regulate and doesn't violate the free speech rights of licensed counselors and patients seeking
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