Carrie Severino

Judicial Crisis Network

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Chief Counsel and Policy Director at the Judicial Crisis Network, which advocates for judges with a strict view of the Constitution; former clerk for Justice Clarence Thomas

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The US Supreme Court handed down a win for abortion rights ­­voting 5-­3 to strike down a restrictive Texas abortion law that activists argued would have shut down all but a handful of…

Supreme Court strikes down Texas Abortion Restrictions

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The late Justice Antonin Scalia was famous for reliance on what he called the "original intent" behind America's founding document.

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The Supreme Court found Obamacare to be constitutional two years ago.  Today it was asked to decide a  legal challenge .

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The Supreme Court found Obamacare to be constitutional two years ago.  Today it was asked to decide a legal challenge .

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