On SCOTUSblog, Stephen Wermiel writes “Consider the legacy of President George H.W. Bush. Although he served only one four-year-term in the Oval Office, Bush, who died on November 30, had a profound impact on the Supreme Court. He appointed two justices, each of whom made a significant difference in the direction of the Supreme Court and the shape of constitutional law, and a solicitor general who weighed in strongly for the federal government on several controversial issues.” For more, see SCOTUS for law students: President George H.W. Bush’s Supreme Court legacy.
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