Why Supreme Court Hearings Are So Divisive

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This week, as the Senate holds hearings for the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, Trey revisits a previous episode from the last Supreme Court confirmation hearings.  

Here, Trey explains why the Supreme Court has become a “cultural background,” and why modern Supreme Court hearings have become so contentious.

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