Vanderbilt University law professor Timothy Meyer, a former clerk who testified on Gorsuch's behalf last spring, defended Gorsuch's robust approach and cautioned that it is difficult to know how relationships will evolve once the newness of the ninth justice wears off.
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The court majority rejected an Arkansas law that blocked the spouse of the birth mother from being listed on the birth certificate.
The majority opinion, unsigned, held that a birth certificate would be covered by the "constellation of benefits" flowing from the constitutional right to same-sex marriage that the justices declared in a landmark 2015 case.
"Anytime you have people who have to work together in close ways, and someone new comes in, those kinds of things are likely to happen. People rub each other the wrong way, and that's going to happen with any new person whose demeanor you're not used to."Gorsuch, 50, who like all justices has life tenure and will likely serve for many decades, has revealed himself at oral arguments and in a few opinions with an admonishing tone toward colleagues.
He sometimes speaks or writes as if the majority does not share his regard for the Constitution.This mini-series of three episodes of the show was narrated by Marsha Crenshaw.In 16th century Central Europe, Elizabeth Báthory, a Hungarian noblewoman, was obsessed with youth and beauty. In Romania during the 1920s and '30s, Vera Renczi's fears of infidelity and abandonment ostensibly caused her to murder the men in her life.Gorsuch, who was confirmed last spring and this week began his first full term, has shaken relations at the high court with actions that show -- depending on one's view -- a degree of arrogance or independence.Whether personal tensions will ease is an open question.But Roberts, who also separated himself from Gorsuch on a religious rights case and a death penalty appeal, may be more open to negotiating with liberals if Gorsuch continues to bolster the hard right.