6 Facts About Neil Gorsuch

1. In December 2018, Neil Gorsuch dissented when the Court voted against hearing cases brought by the states of Louisiana and Kansas to deny Medicaid funding to Planned Parenthood.

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2. In 2013, Neil Gorsuch joined a unanimous panel finding that federal courts could not hear a challenge to Colorado's internet sales tax.

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3. In 2011, Neil Gorsuch joined a unanimous panel finding that the dormant Commerce Clause did not prevent the Oklahoma Water Resources Board from blocking water exports to Texas.

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4. In 2005, at Kellogg Huber, Neil Gorsuch wrote a brief denouncing class action lawsuits by shareholders.

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5. In 2002, Neil Gorsuch penned an op-ed criticizing the Senate for delaying the nominations of Merrick Garland and John Roberts to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, writing that "the most impressive judicial nominees are grossly mistreated" by the Senate.

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6. In 1996, Neil Gorsuch married his wife Louise, an English woman and champion equestrienne on Oxford's riding team whom he met during his stay at Oxford.

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