Was Neil Gorsuch playing devil's advocate in a 2016 law course he was teaching? Either that or he should be hammered during the Senate confirmation hearing about his views about interrogating prospective female employees about their family planning.
On Abovethelw.com, lawyer-journalist Kathryn Rubino provides a report from one of the students in that course. The reason is to call attention to what Gorsuch did say. How it was intended is ambiguous, given games law professors play.
Gorsuch has a right to explain the context in which he made that statement.
If he meant it literally, he would be a peril on SCOTUS - at least to half the population of America.
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