Justice Kennedy Retires, and More from CRS
With the announcement of Justice Kennedy’s retirement from the US Supreme Court, the Congressional Research Service issued several new and updated reports on the nomination process and related issues.
Justice Kennedy Retires: Initial Considerations for Congress, CRS Legal Sidebar, January 28, 2018
President’s Selection of a Nominee for a Supreme Court Vacancy: Overview, CRS Insight, June 27, 2018
Supreme Court Nomination: CRS Products, CRS Legal Sidebar, June 29, 2018
Other noteworthy CRS products published last week include the following.
Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management: An Introduction, CRS In Focus, June 29, 2018
Global Research and Development Expenditures: Fact Sheet, updated June 27, 2018
U.S. Research and Development Funding and Performance: Fact Sheet, updated June 29, 2018
Trade Deficits and U.S. Trade Policy, June 28, 2018
Organizing Executive Branch Agencies: Who Makes the Call?, CRS Legal Sidebar, June 27, 2018
Efforts to Preserve Economic Benefits of the Iran Nuclear Deal, CRS In Focus, June 27, 2018
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