Federal Courts and Nominations

RADIO/PODCAST (Bloomberg): Scalia’s Legacy Lives On As Court Transforms Law

Elizabeth Wydra, President of the Constitutional Accountability Center, discusses how the legacy of the late Justice Antonin Scalia, the champion of originalism, lives on in the current court’s decisions.

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