Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch has sided with businesses on labor issues - Los Angeles Times

In a decade as a federal appeals court judge, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has criticized courts for giving too much power to government agencies that enforce the nation's labor and employment laws. As a lawyer in private practice, he also backed ...

Sanders on SCOTUS Filibuster - FactCheck.org

Asked if he would support a filibuster of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Sen. Bernie Sanders said President Barack “Obama's nominations required 60 votes.” It's true that Obama's Supreme Court nominees received 60 votes, but it wasn't ...

Trump's blasts at judge raise questions for Gorsuch on independence - Washington Post

President Trump's Twitter assault on the “so-called judge” who put a nationwide hold on the president's executive order on immigration has motivated Democrats to challenge Trump's choice for the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, on an important but ...

In His Own Words: Gorsuch's Lively Writings at Columbia - New York Times

Judge Neil M. Gorsuch spoke in the East Room of the White House after President Trump introduced him as his Supreme Court nominee on Tuesday. Credit Al Drago/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — Decades before he began writing legal opinions, ...

Week in review: 'Nuclear' Supreme Court fight | Drew Peterson's kid talks | Caterpillar to Chicago area - Chicago Tribune

Federal Judge Neil Gorsuch is President Donald Trump's nominee to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court left by Antonin Scalia's death. Here are recaps of the week's stories (Sunday through Friday) to catch you up on what's been happening.

Neil Gorsuch Fast Facts - CNN

(CNN) Here is a look at the life of US Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch. Personal: Birth date: August 29, 1967. Birth place: Denver, Colorado. Birth name: Neil McGill Gorsuch. Father: David Gorsuch, lawyer. Read More. Mother: Anne Gorsuch Burford, ...

Angling for a Supreme Pick - The Weekly Standard (blog)

When Donald Trump released his first list of potential Supreme Court nominees last May, Neil Gorsuch's name was not on it. The inner circle of Trump's advisers were aware of Gorsuch's lofty reputation as a judge. Still, they kept him off the list ...