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Republicans have claimed that Barrett is not as hardline conservative, not as big a threat to women’s reproductive rights as her judicial and personal history suggests.Sonia Syngal is trying to build The Gap into a bolder brand|Claire Zillman, reporter|October 27, 2020|Fortune
You’re pushing me to try to violate the judicial canon of ethics and to offer advisory opinions, and I won’t do that.Senate confirms Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court|Chris Johnson|October 27, 2020|Washington Blade
Voters kicked him out in 2018 in the county’s only contested judicial race.Politics Report: Faulconer Positions Big Move for Lame Duck Season|Andrew Keatts and Scott Lewis|October 24, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Their concerns point to Barrett’s judicial history of supporting anti-LGBTQ and pro-life policy, as well as opposing the Affordable Care Act.Senate Judiciary Committee Decides To Move Forward With Amy Coney Barrett Nomination|Kirsten West Savali|October 22, 2020|Essence.com
Nelly Decker, Warner’s press secretary, said the senator welcomes his constituents to share their thoughts on judicial reform.Warner: Amy Coney Barrett confirmation will leave LGBTQ rights ‘up for grabs’|Parker Purifoy|October 22, 2020|Washington Blade
But highest profile does not mean most judicially meritorious.
We would not have Lawrence v. Texas and the threat of judicially imposed definitions of marriage.
A sort of constitutionally prescribed (and thus judicially determined) minimum wage.
Today the court reaffirmed the traditional view that there must be a judicially-enforceable limit on the powers of Congress.Is the Supreme Court’s Health-Care Ruling a Turning Point in Constitutional Law?|Randy Barnett|June 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Take the media-convicted but never judicially accused parents of JonBenét Ramsey.
After a patent is thus judicially established injunctions are readily granted against all infringers.Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman|Albert Sidney Bolles
The price of wheat is now known: it has been judicially fixed, at least in Scotland.
For quite a long time Stanton lay and considered the matter judicially from every possible point of view.Molly Make-Believe|Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
"They got their bellies full o' fightin' yesterday," added Shorty, studying the array judicially.
"I'd want it a heap sight better land than this is 'round here," said the Deacon, studying the land scape judicially.