Sen. Chuck Grassley said this week that a Supreme Court justice is rumored to be resigning within the year. "I would expect a resignation this summer," he said, according to the Muscatine Journal. He did not name a justice. The IowaShow More Summary
According to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, it's highly likely that we'll have another Supreme Court vacancy this summer. Word on the street is that a justice is thinking about retiring, and all eyes are on Justice Kennedy, the high court's swing vote. Show More Summary
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told the Muscatine Journal that he expects a Supreme Court Justice resignation within the year. Said Grassley: “I would expect a resignation this summer.” He noted an upcoming resignation has [...]
Republican Senator Chuck Grassley, who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee, has reportedly indicated that a Supreme Court justice may soon be vacating the position. Read more...
Chuck Grassley raises conservative hopes about a fifth vote against the right to choose.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) wants federal health officials to tighten scrutiny of private Medicare Advantage health plans amid ongoing concern that insurers overbill the government by billions of dol...
Dianne Feinstein and Chuck Grassley want to save kids from mythical drug menaces, but real people will get hurt. The two octogenarian senior members of the Senate Judiciary Committee are up to one of their favorite pastimes again this year. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — It was half past noon Monday when Chuck Grassley, the genial chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, asked for a show of hands: Did senators debating the Neil Gorsuch nomination to the Supreme Court want to break for lunch? Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., interjected with a parliamentary inquiry: “Could the majority cater this [...]Show More Summary
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) wants to know what former Sec. Hillary Clinton’s security clearance level is. As a former president, her husband Bill Clinton gets the security briefing, but she does not. Despite Republicans giving up on the Benghazi hearings and the email controversy having found...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley met with White House adviser Jared Kushner about criminal justice reform Thursday, giving supporters a small sign of encouragement that the issue could be revived under...Show More Summary
$700,000 to an FBI official's wife by Hillary Clinton and the FBI offering to pay for the BuzzFeed dossier? Why, there is nothing at all to see here. Move along. The post INTERESTING. Chuck Grassley Asks If the FBI Helped Create Trump-Russia Allegations (VIDEO) appeared first on RedState.
ANALYSIS: TRUE. Grassley: If you’d filibuster Gorsuch, you’d filibuster anybody. Related: Chuck Grassley: Chuck Schumer ‘poisoned’ the well for Supreme Court nominees. Go the Reid Option and then some — get rid of the filibuster entirely.
Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, opened Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearing this week by telling Gorsuch that he “can’t answer” questions about whether prior Supreme Court cases were correctly decided. So far, Gorsuch has obliged the senator by saying little more about the court’s past precedents other than that they are, indeed, precedents. Sen. Show More Summary
It's been a long day
According to Politico, the Iowa Republican is going to hand the gavel over to Sen. Thom Tillis at 8 p.m. so he can be in bed by 9 p.m.
Chris Cuomo on Tuesday morning grilled Sen. Chuck Grassley over what the CNN anchor dubbed "selective outrage" regarding classified information leaks, which became a focus of a House hearing the day before. In an interview on CNN's "New...Show More Summary
Sen. Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, asked Supreme Cort nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch whether Roe v. Wade was "decided correctly." During his reply, Gorsuch said, “Roe v. Wade is a precedent of the Supreme Court...It was reaffirmed in Casey... and in several other cases.” … Click to Continue »
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) kicked off day two of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearing by...
In just two short months, we have reached the point where Trump is unreachable by phone, memo, meeting, or any other contact....so politicians are resorting to desperately tweeting at him in the hopes of getting his attention. Case in...Show More Summary
CNN's Jake Tapper asked Senator Chuck Grassley during an interview today about how he's recently taken to directly reaching out to President Trump on Twitter.