Neil Gorsuch provided the decisive vote in the Supreme Court’s latest decision, siding with liberal justices.
Today’s 5-4 decision stems from a case out of Wyoming, where authorities charged Clayvin Herrera, an Indian American, with off-season hunting – in defiance of a 150-year-old treaty between the Crow tribe and the federal government.
Gorsuch, nominated by President Trump in 2017, has reaffirmed his conservative bona fides while showing sympathetic tendencies to Native American rights.
The Hill’s Jacqueline Thomsen has more:
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