The Quotable Jeff Sessions: Supreme Court Edition

, The National Law Journal

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In choosing Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions as his nominee for U.S. attorney general, President-elect Donald Trump selected a reliably conservative and outspoken critic of some the U.S. Supreme Court's recent and most controversial liberal-leaning rulings. Here's a snapshot of what Sessions had to say on a few of those cases, and about the Supreme Court nominations of Samuel Alito, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan.

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  • Bruce Pestell

    A genuine conservative, aware of the expansion of the power of the central government and the erosion of the constitution.

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