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  • The Washington Times

Justice Kavanaugh Cements Trump's 'Judicial Legacy' in First Year on Court

"...Curt Levey, president of the Committee for Justice, said pro-life groups hoping Justice Kavanaugh is more friendly to their arguments than Justice Kennedy had been likely will be pleased.

While he thinks Justice Kavanaugh could uphold some limitations on abortion, Mr. Levey is doubtful the newest justice would be a solid vote to overturn outright Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark ruling legalizing abortion nationwide.

'He’s gone out of his way to seem like a friend to women,' Mr. Levey said, pointing to his grueling confirmation hearing in which he weathered an onslaught of unsubstantiated allegations of sexual misconduct from his high school and college days...

...'There is still a question about where he will land. I think he will land closer to Roberts,' Mr. Levey said. 'The further we get from his confirmation, the true Kavanaugh will come out...'"



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