Diane talks with Ryan Goodman, Chaired Professor of Law at New York University School of Law and co-editor-in-chief of the national security online forum, Just Security, about what we're learning - and what we still need to find out.
In recent years, nominees to the U.S. Supreme Court have given away very little during their Senate hearings.
Amy Coney Barrett was no exception. But her path to the bench was nearly assured even before the hearings began, and it appears she’ll be on the Supreme Court ahead of the Presidential election. That’s something U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and President Trump had promised to make happen.
So what are we to take away from the hearings? And did Amy Coney Barrett say anything that reveals what kind of justice she’ll be?
Diane asked Mary Ziegler, professor at Florida State University College of Law and author of “Abortion in America: A Legal History, Roe v. Wade to the Present.”
- Mary Ziegler Professor at Florida State University College of Law
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