U.S. Supreme Court nominees typically face intense questioning over potential judicial activism, but a better way to gauge judges’ activist tendencies may be to look at the footnotes in their opinions, say Christopher Collier at Hawkins Parnell and Michael Arndt at Rohan Law.

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