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National Journal Dec 13
Can you name all 9 SCOTUS justices and the presidents who appointed them?
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National Journal Dec 13
President Trump has the ability to tilt the circuit court judiciary from majority Democrat-appointed to Republican, meaning his greatest legacy could be changing the courts and the outcomes of the cases they decide.
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National Journal Jan 16
In our on 1/24, National Journal editor will offer his take on the future of the 116th Congress. Don’t miss it:
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National Journal Dec 13
Though SCOTUS justices often arrive to the Court with existing political ideologies, they are not immune to change. Here’s how each justice has changed ideologically since joining the Court.
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National Journal Jan 20
The Democratic House and Republican Senate are gearing up for a busy year. What will Congress focus on before attention turns to the 2020 elections? We’ll tell you what to watch for in our on 1/24:
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National Journal Jan 19
Where do Democrats' and Republicans' priorities lie and where do they overlap? Our Presentation Center analysts will dive into this question and more in our on 1/24:
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National Journal Dec 13
Even with Trump’s many judicial vacancies, there are 105 more federal judges who will be eligible to take senior status during his presidency, possibly creating more seats for him to fill.
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National Journal Dec 13
The Supreme Court reviews an average of 80 cases per term.
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National Journal Dec 13
Supreme Court justices’ tenure has increased in length, while fewer tenures end in death, another development that impacts the structure of the Supreme Court.
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National Journal Dec 13
20% of the cases decided by the Supreme Court come from the Ninth Circuit, which covers all of the West Coast.
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National Journal Dec 13
Since the 1990s, Congress has confirmed Supreme Court justices by much narrower margins, indicating an increasingly partisan process. Here are the results of the confirmation votes of the last 15 votes.
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National Journal Dec 13
There has been an increase in state-enacted legislation that restricts abortion access or procedures since Roe v. Wade—34% of them were enacted between January 2011 and January 2018.
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National Journal Dec 13
Here’s how Trump stacks up in terms of the number of federal judges he’s nominated and confirmed in his his first term.
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National Journal Dec 13
Supreme Court confirmation hearings have become longer, and senators and nominees speak more than they did in the past, suggesting that the process has become more partisan.
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National Journal Dec 13
Kavanaugh’s confirmation skews the Court’s ideology significantly to the right.
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National Journal Dec 13
The structure of the federal courts can be complicated. We’ve got you covered.
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National Journal Dec 13
Our , The Changing Courts, is beginning now. Follow along here to learn about the future of the judicial branch.
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National Journal Dec 13
Follow along for some of the most interesting and important cases on SCOTUS’ docket this term.
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National Journal Dec 13
In addition to a landmark case against Apple regarding indirect purchasers, the following cases have been heard in the 2018-2019 term
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National Journal Feb 4
We studied the new Congress in the first of the year. Watch it here:
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