Year in which President Trump appointed Amy Coney Barrett — his choice to fill the U.S. Supreme Court seat formerly held by recently deceased Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — to a seat on the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals: 2017

Since Barrett's appointment to the federal appeals court, percent of cases in which she's sided with corporations over people, according to an analysis by the liberal watchdog group Accountable.us: 76

Amount America First Action, a pro-Trump super PAC, is planning to spend to promote Barrett's nomination: $5 million

Rank of Kelcy Warren, the chair and CEO of Dallas-based pipeline company Energy Transfer Partners, among the biggest contributors to AFA so far during this election cycle, according to OpenSecrets.org: 1

Amount Warren has contributed to AFA in this cycle alone: $10 million

Rank of oil and gas interests among AFA's leading industry contributors in the last election cycle, according to FollowTheMoney.org: 4*

Amount that Americans for Prosperity (AFP), the libertarian super PAC founded by the brothers behind the Koch Industries oil and chemical conglomerate, says it's spending to place pro-Barrett ads in 10 states, including Alabama, the Carolinas, Georgia, and West Virginia: between $1 million and $9,999,999

Amount Koch Industries has contributed to AFP's super PAC this year alone, making it the top contributor: $5 million

Amount that Ronald Cameron, president and CEO of Arkansas-based Mountaire Farms, a chicken processing company with plants in several Southern states, contributed to AFP's super PAC this cycle, making him the group's second-biggest donor for the period: $3.5 million

Amount that Club for Growth, known for backing far-right candidates against moderate Republican incumbents, is planning to spend to support Barrett's nomination: $5 million

Rank of manufacturing and investment among the top industry contributors to Club for Growth, respectively, in this election cycle: 1, 2

Under conservative Chief Justice John Roberts, number of times the Supreme Court's Republican appointees have delivered 5-4 partisan rulings, with no Democratic appointees joining them, and with many of them involving cases pushed to the court by business interests: 80

In the court's last term, percent of cases on its docket involving cases in which lower courts ruled against corporate interests: 91

Last time the U.S. Supreme Court was so friendly to big business, during what was known as its "Lochner era": 1897 to 1937

* AFA's top five contributors by industry are casinos and gambling, health professionals, oil and gas, real estate, and steel.

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