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Disabled students’ education rights upgraded

March 22, 2017 By Lyle Denniston

Students with disabilities have a legal right to educational support at school that will enable each one to make measureable progress, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Wednesday. It is not enough that progress is simply more than a bare minimum, the court said in an opinion written by Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr.

Gorsuch mentions Constitution Center during testimony

March 22, 2017 By NCC Staff

During an exchange with Senator Ben Sasse on Wednesday, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch spoke about the importance of the Founders and the environment in which they wrote the Constitution in Philadelphia as keys to understanding that document’s enduring strength.

Gorsuch grilled, praised on second day of hearings

March 21, 2017 By Scott Bomboy

Supreme Court nominee Neil M. Gorsuch faced a Senate Judiciary committee on Tuesday looking for answers about his thoughts on landmark court cases, his own rulings, and the limits of constitutional powers.

Constitution Center CEO gets mention during Gorsuch’s hearing

March 21, 2017 By NCC Staff

Among Senate Judiciary chair Chuck Grassley’s remarks on Tuesday morning at Neil Gorsuch’s nomination hearing was a brief mention of National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen.

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