according to Was the court correct that Americans do not forfeit their First Amendment rights when they come together in incorporated entities to speak collectively?
Was Madison correct that it should dispose us against a latitudinarian interpretation of Congress’ powers?
WASHINGTON — This week, the Senate Judiciary Committee will question Neil Gorsuch about the judiciary’s role.
The Constitution says “All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress.” Should the court enforce limits to Congress’ power to delegate its powers?
If a legislature asserts, or the court can imagine, a rational basis for the abridgement, it stands.
as declared in CLOSE Skip in Skip x Embed x Share President Donald Trump has picked Judge Neil Gorsuch for his Supreme Court nominee.
He displayed a loyal adherence to Supreme Court precedents as well as a willingness to question those on shaky ground.
(Photo: Andrew Harnik, AP)WASHINGTON — Federal appeals court Judge Neil Gorsuch cried on the ski slopes of Colorado when he learned of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s death last year.
USA TODAY NETWORKSupreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch had a prolific year as a federal appeals court judge following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, who he now is in line to succeed.
His 14-page ruling in favor of the immigrant was unanimous — but Gorsuch went on to issue his own 23-page concurrence questioning a 1984 Supreme Court precedent that grants deference to administrative agencies.
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