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Potential Court Picks for a President Romney

(Jonathan H. Adler) Reuters previews what a Romney Administration short-list for a Supreme Court vacancy might look like.  Among those identified are former Solicitor General Paul Clement and federal appellate judges Neil Gorsuch (10th Circuit), Brett Kavanaugh (D.C. Circuit), Jeffrey Sutton (6th Circuit), Diane Sykes (7th Circuit), and Steve Colloton (8th Circuit).  The story also identifies others who could [.
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