Barrett and Senators Invoke the ‘Ginsburg Rule of Judicial Independence’ During Scotus Hearing

(Sophie Mann) During Tuesday’s SCOTUS confirmation hearing, several senators and Judge Amy Coney Barrett herself have invoked what is called “the Ginsburg rule of judicial independence,” in reference to Barrett’s refusal to speculate on what her judicial opinion may be on particular matters. 

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Supreme Court – Nearly Half Of Oklahoma Is Indian Reservation

(Zero Hedge) While all eyes were on the Supreme Court’s Thursday decision granting New York prosecutors access to President Trump’s taxes, a ruling earlier in the day recognized roughly half of Oklahoma as an Indian reservation – in a move which could have wide-ranging legal implications for the 1.8 million people who now live in “Indian Country,” according to the New York Times.

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