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Steven Mazie
I cover the Supreme Court for The Economist and teach in NYC. Author of two books, including American Justice 2015: The Dramatic Tenth Term of the Roberts Court
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Steven Mazie 26m
As if "sprung immaculate from the brow of Lady Liberty": pinpoints the repellence of the Gorsuch hearings
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Steven Mazie 11h
you get invited to all the best parties.
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Steven Mazie 11h
the thing to do is to wear the suit under the Superman costume
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Steven Mazie 19h
Must religious hospitals guarantee workers’ pensions? My report on AHCN v Stapleton
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Steven Mazie Mar 27
thanks for digging. I need to study up on how to properly tweetstorm.
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Steven Pollack Mar 27
There are 12 tweets to this thread. Had to go to authors TL to see them linked together.
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Steven Mazie Mar 27
. Great one today! In the John Bursch set-up you might have noted he also argued a little case called...Obergefell v. Hodges
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Steven Mazie Mar 27
Holy mutton busting
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Steven Mazie Mar 26
I couldn't put SHINING CITY down in final 100 pp. - tho contrast with real-life hearings made Gorsuch's stint in the chair all the drearier
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Steven Mazie Mar 26
yes, I'm new to tweetstorms. I'm not quite sure how to accomplish what you suggest.
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Laurence Tribe Mar 26
. has terrific tweetstorm here. Must read it!⬇️
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Steven Mazie Mar 26
not sure why just two of the tweets are showing up there. see all 12 here:
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Steven Mazie Mar 26
My wee tweetstorm (tweetshower?) on Gorsuch is here:
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Steven Mazie Mar 26
12/ Many reasons for Democrats to oppose Gorsuch and filibuster his confirmation vote.
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Steven Mazie Mar 26
11/ Gorsuch's position on assisted suicide & sanctity of life are strong indication he would not vote to uphold Roe v. Wade.
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Steven Mazie Mar 26
10/ In exchange with Sen. Feinstein, Gorsuch implicitly reaffirmed position that assisted suicide should be illegal in all circumstances
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Steven Mazie Mar 26
9/ No senator seriously inquired into his natural-law commitments, a profound worry for reasons I explain here:
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Steven Mazie Mar 26
8/ In contrast to John Roberts, Gorsuch refused to say Griswold v CT, contraception case establishing rt to privacy, was correctly decided.
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Steven Mazie Mar 26
7/ When Sen. Franken asked him about “frozen trucker” case, Gorsuch was incoherent and callous.
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Steven Mazie Mar 26
6/ Gorsuch was often stiff, arrogant, cranky. He avoided answering questions on precedents with wide or universal acceptance.
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