U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh next Tuesday will take a seat in front of a battery of cameras and U.S. senators, who are ready to press him on myriad issues about executive power, reproductive rights and perhaps whether his views on the news media contrast with the president who nominated him.

What would you ask Kavanaugh? Supreme Court practitioners, advocates and academics tell us one question they’d ask the nominee. Here are some of the responses:

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