Update on Senate Confirmation Hearing of Brett Kavanaugh

Despite a special hearing and FBI investigation of sexual misconduct allegations made against SCOTUS Nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Senate Republicans and President Trump are increasingly optimistic that Kavanaugh will be confirmed. In protest, more than 1700 law professors signed a letter to the Senate expressing their concerns over Kavanaugh’s nomination. We are joined by ASU Law Professor Paul Bender, who was among those who signed the letter.

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