Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson stressed the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court abiding by its precedents in exchanges with senators during her confirmation hearing on abortion and press protections.
Jackson said the principle of stare decisis “furthers the rule of law in this country” and upholds public confidence in the court by keeping the Supreme Court’s rulings stable.
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