When Greg Abbott was appointed by Gov. George W. Bush to a vacancy on the Texas Supreme Court in late 1995, he accomplished what advocates for the disabled hadn’t been able to do through a suit: modifications to make the Supreme Court building accessible to a wheelchair.

Three-and-a-half years later, Abbott has helped modify the court’s jurisprudence. He often serves as a center around which the four other Bush appointees congregate.

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