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Why did the Supreme Court reject a case over California’s coastal access laws? 14 MIN, 29 SEC

In the shadow of the Kavanaugh confirmation drama, the Supreme Court began its new term today with eight justices. For now, the court is evenly divided along party lines. While the justices took up landmark cases during the last term, this term promises to be a lot quieter.

Guests:
Jessica Levinson, Loyola Law School (@LevinsonJessica)

Does #MeToo have room for Republican women? 17 MIN, 11 SEC

The #MeToo movement began in Democratic-leaning California. Some people worry that Republican victims of sex crimes may feel uncomfortable saying “me too.”

Guests:
Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post (@JRubinBlogger)

Following Kavanaugh hearing, how do people decide whether or not to share their own stories? 16 MIN, 43 SEC

We look at the personal, psychological impact of the Brett Kavanaugh testimonies now. Sexual assault hotlines have been a lot busier since last Thursday’s hearing. Both men and women are re-examining their own experiences. We see how social workers and therapists help people through these times.

Guests:
Dr. Kristen Zaleski, Expert in treatment for sexual assault and post traumatic stress disorder at the USC school of Social Work.

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