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February 13, 2012

Today, the Committee for Justice submitted an amicus (friend of the court) brief in each of the two biggest cases before the Supreme Court this term, the ObamaCare case (HHS v. Florida) and the Arizona immigration case (U.S. v. Arizona).

November 25, 2009

Yesterday, the Committee for Justice submitted an amicus brief in McDonald v. Chicago, the landmark Second Amendment case in which the Supreme Court will decide whether the right to keep and bear arms applies to state and local gun laws. District of Columbia v. Heller, the High Court’s 2008 decision recognizing the Second Amendment as an individual right, left the question of incorporation to the states unaddressed. The Family Research Council, the American Civil Rights Union, and Let Freedom Ring are also amici on the brief, written primarily by Kenneth Klukowski.

Regarding CFJ’s interest in the case, the brief explains that “At the core of CFJ’s mission is the need for objective judicial interpretation of the United States Constitut...

Yesterday, the Committee for Justice submitted an amicus (friend of the court) brief in McDonald v. Chicago, the landmark Second Amendment case in which the Supreme Court will decide whether the right to keep and bear arms applies to state and local gun laws. District of Columbia v. Heller, the High Court’s 2008 decision recognizing the Second Amendment as an individual right, left the question of incorporation to the states unaddressed. The Family Research Council, the American Civil Rights Union, and Let Freedom Ring are also amici on the brief, written primarily by Kenneth Klukowski.

Regarding CFJ’s interest in the case, the brief explains that“At the core of CFJ’s mission is the need for objective judicial inte...

October 23, 2007

With an eye to the pivotal role of the Senate’s 14 red state Democrats in the imminent vote on Fifth Circuit nominee Judge Leslie Southwick, the Committee for Justice (CFJ) has analyzed the voting patterns of the 14 senators regarding judicial nominations. The analysis, released today, scores each Democratic senator from a red state based on the 26 most important votes on President Bush’s judicial nominees. A detailed scorecard is provided below.

November 17, 2005

COMMITTEE FOR JUSTICE

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For Immediate Release:

November 17, 2005

Contact: Sean Rushton

(202) 481-6853

**Media Briefing: Today**

CFJ to Discuss New Alito Report with Reporters

**Conference Call with Reporters Thursday at 2:30 PM**

WASHINGTON, DC -- the Committee for Justice (CFJ), which defends and promotes constitutionalist nominees to the federal courts, today announced release of its latest report, “Judge Alito’s Record: Restraint, Commitment to Precedent, Faithful Application of the Law.”  The report rebuts liberal criticism of Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito.

To discuss the report and highlight key cases, CFJ will hold a media briefing via conference call for...

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