Monday, October 31, 2005

Further Alito Information

Courtesy of Scotusblog via andrewsullivan:

in 1991, supporting abortion restrictions, in the Planned Parenthood v. Casey decision that later went to the Supreme Court and led to the partial reaffirmation of Roe v. Wade;

in 1997, in Bray v. Marriott Hotels, seeming to endorse a limited view of minorities' job rights;

in 1991, in Nathanson v. Medical College, appearing to embrace tougher standard for asserting disability rights;

in 2000, in Chittister v. Department of Community and Economic Development, finding that Congress had gone too far in passing the Family and Medical Leave Act;

in 2004, in Doe v. Groody, embracing broader police search power, including strip searches;

and in 2004, Dia v. Ashcroft and Ki Se Lee v. Ashcroft, taking a hard line against immigrants' rights.

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