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A Statement from Ryan on Supreme Court Nominee, Brett Kavanaugh

When Justice Anthony Kennedy retired from the Supreme Court, I knew we could expect the Federalist Society to have a list of names on the President’s desk posthaste. When the Vice President tweeted that President Trump would nominate “a strong conservative, in the tradition of the late Justice Scalia,” I lost any hope that Justice Kennedy’s centrist legacy would be

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Ryan Watts Celebrates The NAACP At Annual Freedom Fund Banquet

On Saturday night, Ryan had the opportunity to celebrate the Greensboro Branch of the NAACP at its 53rd Annual Freedom Fund Banquet. The incomparable Rev. Dr. William Barber delivered a keynote address that called on the audience to join the moral revival he and the historic Poor People’s Campaign have ignited to “restore the heart and soul of our democracy.”

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Watts for Congress recognizes Pride Month

In honor of Pride Month, I’m proud to recognize the significant contributions of the LGBTQ community to art, science, sports, entertainment, and politics in the United States and around the world. We have compiled brief bios on a few remarkable individuals, a small subset of the large, diverse population. In Washington, I will fight for the protection of everyone’s civil

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A Note from Ryan Watts on Supreme Court’s Travel Ban Ruling

  This morning, the Supreme Court released their ruling in favor of President Trump’s travel ban on several Muslim-majority countries. While the Supreme Court believes this action is constitutional, this travel ban will not keep us safe, and it will not make America great. In 2018, we have the chance to decide who we want to be as a nation.

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