Conservative Supreme Court Justices Take Aim at Scalia
The New Republic -

Justice Antonin Scalia, who died four years ago last week, is among the most celebrated figures in the conservative legal movement. George Mason University’s law school now bears his name. His former colleagues on the Supreme Court frequently cite his writings, particularly when it comes to interpreting statutes. President Donald Trump, who often vowed to appoint judges “in the mold of Scalia,” posthumously awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2018.

But that reverence does not extend...

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