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Commentary: Gorsuch’s plagiarism is worthy of embarrassment

It’s probably naive to think that there could be a nuanced conversation about Judge Neil Gorsuch’s citation of sources in his 2006 book, “The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia.” But that’s precisely what we need. There’s no doubt that ...

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Senate heads for showdown on Gorsuch

WASHINGTON — Republican and Democratic senators exchanged bitter accusations Tuesday as they headed toward an explosive confrontation over President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee that could change the Senate, and the court, for generations. “It should be unsettling to everyone ...

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Commentary: What losing the filibuster for the Supreme Court would really mean

The Post reports on the upcoming fight to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to replace late justice Antonin Scalia: “If Democrats successfully filibuster Gorsuch, (Mitch) McConnell and his caucus are likely to agree to change the chamber’s rules and end filibusters ...

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Senate panel to vote on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Senate panel is opening a weeklong partisan showdown over President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee with Democrats steadily amassing the votes to block Neil Gorsuch and force Republicans to unilaterally change long-standing rules to confirm him. ...

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Commentary: How Gorsuch’s views could sway climate policy

The keystone of President Donald Trump’s executive order on the environment, signed Tuesday, is a directive to the Environmental Protection Agency to review and rescind the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan, which aimed to shift the country’s electricity generation from ...

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