Dragging Out Neil Gorsuch’s Confirmation Hearing

It begins today, Monday morning, 20 March 2017 – First Day of Spring.

Live coverage – live streaming – begins on C-SPAN 2 at 10:00am CT 11:00am ET.

Opening Day of Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing.

7 hours, 0 minutes.

Senate Judiciary Committee members and Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch deliver opening statements on the first day of his confirmation hearing.

Dragging it out from the start, 20 Senators will each get 10 minutes for opening statements, taking nearly 4 hours . . . before Neil Gorsuch gets to make his opening statement of 10 minutes. Perhaps they will take a break before that, so we probably will not hear from Neil Gorsuch until about 2:00pm CT or 3:00pm CT.

Reported by Jim Lantern in Norman Oklahoma

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Monday morning 20 March 2017

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