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Last year at this time, the American public waited anxiously to see if Brett Kavanaugh would be become the newest U.S. Supreme Court justice. Supporters and detractors alike assumed that President Trump’s newest pick would reshape the ideological composition of the court. With the addition of a new conservative justice, I opined that Justice Roberts’ bona fides as the court’s “new centrist” would be tested, not just in the marquis hot button issue cases such as abortion, LGBT rights, affirmative action, and immigration, but in the way the court handles the less flashy but still important procedural issues that many of the cases present.

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