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...hmmm the article only lists 4 (?), anyways, it will be interesting to see how he rules.

Supreme Court: 5 cases Gorsuch will hear in his first month on the bench


...."With less than a month left in the court’s current sitting, Gorsuch will have to jump into hearings on a number of controversial issues that will not only gauge the 49-year-old Colorado native’s conservative credentials but also lay bare how he compares to his predecessor, Scalia....

.....Here is a look at five cases that Gorsuch will hear in his first month, his responses to which will shed light on what kind of Supreme Court justice he will be:

Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Pauley... the preschool at Trinity Lutheran Church in Missouri filed suit after being denied state funds to improve a playground’s surface used by its preschool by replacing gravel with softer recycled rubber.

Weaver v. Massachusetts and Davila v. Davis
... Both of these cases deal with the Sixth Amendment, the right to a speedy and public trial, and both center around a defendant’s rights and counsel being misused.

Maslenjak v. U.S. ... the justices will hear the case of Divna Maslenjak of Ohio -- an ethnic Serb from Bosnia – who was stripped of her U.S. citizenship for lying about the circumstances that brought her to this
country.

California Public Employees' Retirement System v. ANZ Securities, Inc. ...  whether certain class-action securities lawsuits can be barred because they were filed too late.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/04/04/supreme-court-5-cases-gorsuch-will-hear-in-his-first-month-on-bench.html
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