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Courts Have Become Political


Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2008


U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia says confirmation hearings for the nation's highest court have become "mini-constitutional conventions." Scalia, keynote speaker Monday at a two-day conference on freedom and law at Utah State University, objected to the notion of a "living constitution" and decisions tailored to meet an "evolving standard of decency," the Deseret Morning News reported Tuesday.


(Market Watch, US, 09/16/2008)
(UPI, US, 09/16/2008)

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