What Should the Senate #AskGorsuch?

, The National Law Journal

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We canvassed prominent lawyers for what questions they would like to see asked during Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing. Their responses touch on politics, precedent, same-sex marriage, ethics and the court’s shrinking caseload.

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What's being said

  • Barnum

    1. Do you think there are too many judges that decide cases based upon their political views? 2. Are there any decisions you made that, in retrospect, you believe are erroneous? If so, what, if anything, should be done about that?

  • O.W. Holmes

    It doesn‘t matter what Senate commies may ask of this fine and highly qualified jurist. They can‘t stop his ascension to the highest court in the land, no matter how silly and impotent they show themselves to be.

  • George

    I would ask him, "Sir, considering that the Republican-controlled Senate stole this seat for partisan purposes, will you step aside and give the opening to the rightful person - Merrick Garland?"

  • Barnum

    Can you think of any economic activity that you do not consider to be interstate commerce?

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