An unjustified stall on Garland nomination

Clay Latimer, of Louisiana NOW, and Ina Davis write for The Advocate: “The high profile vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court created by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia is the one that is most often mentioned in the media. And while not determined by the Judicial Conference to be a judicial emergency, in the minds of those parties who have cases before the highest court in the country, and for those who are studying the decisions the court has rendered since Justice Scalia’s death, it should be considered a crisis.”