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Yesterday, the US Senate confirmed Greg Katsas to the D.C. Court of Appeals. This is the ninth appeals court judge confirmed since Trump took office., compared to Obamas three at the same point in his presidency. In terms of impact, the D. C. Court of Appeals is probably the most important circuit in the nation as virtually all regulatory issues end up before that court. Republicans have struggled to get any meaningful legislation passed in recent months. At this rate, Donald Trump’s signature accomplishment is going to be stocking the courts with young, conservative jurists who will shape American jurisprudence for the next forty years.

Added on the 29/11/2017 15:29:49 - Copyright : Wochit

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