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The Life and Influence of Justice Antonin Scalia

Bill Fitz-Patrick
Then-nominee, Antonin Scalia in the Oval Office with President Ronald Regan

Justice Antonin Scalia was known as one of the Supreme Court's most influential judges. As a conservative, noted for his originalist  interpretations of the Constitution, his death has brought out bitter partisan debates on who should replace him. Questions linger over whether or not Congress will approve a judge nominated by President Obama and how Justice Scalia's passing will influence the 2016 presidential election.  


This show originally aired on February 18, 2016 at 11 a.m.

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