November 18, 2019

Research/Reference: “President’s Selection of a Nominee for a Supreme Court Vacancy: Overview” (CRS Report)

From the Congressional Research Service (via EveryCRSReport.com):

On June 27, 2018, Justice Anthony Kennedy, after serving on the Supreme Court as an Associate Justice since 1988, announced his intention to retire from the U.S. Supreme Court. Justice Kennedy indicated that his retirement would be effective July 31, 2018. This Insight provides an overview of several issues related to the selection of a nominee by a President for a vacancy on the Court. For additional information and analyses on these and other issues, see CRS Report R44235Supreme Court Appointment Process: President’s Selection of a Nominee.

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See Also: Roundup: 21 New or Recently Updated Reports from the Congressional Research Service

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