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On the rare occasion when the public meaning diverges from the legal meaning, the public meaning probably ought to prevail. In response to: The Legal Turn More Responses Original Methods Originalism Is Already the Norm by Ilya Shapiro Unless one thinks that the Constitution doesn’t matter or shouldn’t be enforced,...

At the Associated Press, Jessica Gresko offers a “look at what observers have seen from [Justice Neil] Gorsuch inside and outside the court in the past year,” as the court’s newest justice approaches his first anniversary on the bench. Eliot Mincberg takes stock of Gorsuch’s...