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Justice Gorsuch Is Filling Scalia’s Two Right-Foot Shoes

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Justice Gorsuch Is Filling Scalia’s Two Right-Foot Shoes

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Liberals in Congress were split back in March when Neil Gorsuch was nominated to fill the Supreme Court seat left vacant by the untimely death of Justice Antonin Scalia. Many feared that he would prove to be a conservative jurist cut from the same cloth as his predecessor. To Washington's surprise, it only took three months on the job for Gorsuch to prove that they were well-founded fears. His dissents since taking the bench in April have swung right, from defending open-carry gun laws in California to saying that Arkansas did not violate any constitutional rights when it did not automatically list the name of the mother’s spouse as co-parent on the birth certificates of same-sex couple’s offspring. But his most Scalia moment came earlier this week when he fully supported President Trump’s controversial executive order banning travel from six predominantly Muslim countries. Online sentiments about the newest member of SCOTUS sank as a result, with Social judging him worthy of a 84 percent negative score.



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