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The Breakdown: No turning back

 

Maricopa County Superior Court Commissioner Tracey Nadzieja stands with Brianna Westbrook after Nadzieja was sworn into office on October 12, 2018, making history as the first transgender judge in Arizona. Westbrook said Arizona's transgender community is small, and Nadzieja's accomplishment was celebrated as a step forward across the state. PHOTO COURTESY OF BRIANNA WESTBROOK

Maricopa County Superior Court Commissioner Tracey Nadzieja stands with Brianna Westbrook after Nadzieja was sworn into office on October 12, 2018, making history as the first transgender judge in Arizona. Westbrook said Arizona’s transgender community is small, and Nadzieja’s accomplishment was celebrated as a step forward across the state. PHOTO COURTESY OF BRIANNA WESTBROOK

Last week The New York Times warned that the Trump administration may soon define 1.4 million transgender Americans out of existence.

One of those Americans is Tracey Nadzieja, who was just this year sworn in as the first known transgender judge in Arizona.

And she’s not the only one now aiming to be a ray of hope for Arizonans. Democrats have put a lot of resources into energizing the youth vote. But will their efforts pay off?

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Music in this episode included “Creative Minds,” “Funky Element” and “Energy” by Bensound.

2 comments

  1. God made a man and one woman. Natural law.

    A transgender judge goes against this natural law. This Superior court judge needs to be removed from office now.

  2. Natural law is bunk. It was surplanted by real science over 100 years ago.

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