There was a time where Supreme Court nominees were overwhelmingly supported by the Senate. But the last three Supreme Court justices were confirmed with votes that largely fell long partisan lines, save a few exceptions. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg likes the old way better. "With ABA encouragement, may the U.S. Senate some day return to the ...
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