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‘Future of the Courts’ Series with Sen. Joni Ernst

By Concerned Veterans for America

‘Future of the Courts’ Series with Sen. Joni Ernst

Tomorrow, Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) will host its first tele-town hall with Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) in its new series, “Future of the Courts.” As a 23-year veteran of the Army Reserves and Iowa Army National Guard, Sen. Ernst has defended our Constitution on the battlefield and now in Congress.

Senator Ernst will join CVA’s Executive Director Mark Lucas, also a veteran of the Iowa National Guard, to discuss that unique and sacred relationship veterans have with the Constitution, and how service to this nation doesn’t end once the uniform comes off.

We are in a historic time in our nation, one where the next Supreme Court Justice will be vastly important to maintaining the integrity of the Constitution and ensuring freedom is preserved. Senator Ernst and Mark Lucas will discuss not only the role of the Supreme Court in keeping us free, but also the qualifications of newly nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch.

Want to join in and hear what Senator Ernst has to say about the future of the Courts? This event is free and open; click here for event info!

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