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Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee has been scheduled for March 20.
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- Kareem Crayton visiting professor, Vanderbilt Law School; managing partner, Crimcard Consulting Services.
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