Washington—Senate Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) sent four letters this month requesting documents and additional information on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.
- On February 13, Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Ranking Member Feinstein sent a letter to the director of the Bush Presidential Library requesting all documents related to Neil Gorsuch including those related to his nomination to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. The request also covers all emails between Neil Gorsuch and White House staff while Judge Gorsuch served as Principal Deputy Associate Attorney General, a high-ranking leadership position in the George W. Bush Justice Department.
- On February 21, Chairman Grassley and Ranking Member Feinstein sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions requesting all documents related to Neil Gorsuch’s time at the Justice Department.
- On February 22, Ranking Member Feinstein sent a letter to Judge Gorsuch requesting information regarding his role with respect to 10 specific cases that the Department of Justice was litigating during his time at the Justice Department. The letter also requested a list of other significant cases in which Judge Gorsuch played a role, as well as all the policies and initiatives in which he “assisted in the development and implementation.”
- On February 22, Ranking Member Feinstein sent a letter to Judge Gorsuch requesting information regarding his participation in the Republican National Lawyers Association, including his leadership role of the Association’s Judicial Confirmation Task Force. The letter also requests op-eds that Judge Gorsuch wrote on behalf of the RNLA that have so far not been provided to the committee for review.