Republicans are concerned there's no plan to fix or replace it.
“I would literally lose my political soul if I decided to treat President Trump different than President Obama,” Sen. Rand Paul wrote in a Sunday op-ed.
The organization wants to build an “ironclad” network of states with bolstered resources to compensate for the areas in the U.S. where women have limited options.
There's another Susan who might be interested
Two key votes, Republican Sen. Susan Collins and Democrat Joe Manchin, both announced Friday they'd be voting "yes" on Kavanaugh's confirmation.
Women’s March activists overwhelmed the US Capitol, alongside politicians like Sen. Elizabeth Warren and celebrities like Emily Ratajkowski, who was arrested with comedian Amy Schumer.
Why are liberals looking to these women to save them?
Women are the majority of donors contributing to a $1.2 million fund threatening Maine Senator Susan Collins' seat if she votes to confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
As Trump reveals his nominee for the Supreme Court, the fight begins.
“That is traumatizing to the children, who are innocent victims. And it is contrary to our values in this country.”