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Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee has been scheduled for March 20.
The hearing for President Donald Trump’s most high-profile and consequential nominee this year is expected to last three to four days. Opening statements from senators on the committee and Gorsuch will be on March 20, and questioning of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judge will be held on March 21. Senators will also hear testimony from outside experts.
- Kareem Crayton Visiting professor, Vanderbilt Law School; managing partner, Crimcard Consulting Services.
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