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Two questions senators should ask Neil Gorsuch about natural law

Original story at The Economist• 3 mentions • 1 month ago

The Economist 1 month ago

 
The Supreme Court nominee’s moral views seem closely tied to his jurisprudence DURING the campaign, Donald Trump pledged to name a Supreme Court justice “very much in the mould” of Antonin Scalia, the conservative jurist who died over a year ago. In many respects Neil Gorsuch, whose Senate confirmation hearings begin on March 20th, fits that bill. Like Mr Scalia, Mr Gorsuch, a decade-long veteran of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, has a deeply conservative record. He aims to interpret the constitution in line with its original meaning. He is a clear and elegant writer. There are some notable ...
 
 
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21 Mar
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