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Gorsuch: A high court pick whose writing is down to earth

WASHINGTON (AP) - When Justice Antonin Scalia backed out of a book project with writing partner Bryan Garner, the justice recommended who might take his place. Neil Gorsuch was first on this list.

Experts who spend time examining the writing of the nation's top judges say it's not hard to see why the veteran jurist would recommend the man whom President Donald Trump would later nominate to fill the Supreme Court seat Scalia held for nearly 30 years.

"He has a great facility with idea

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