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The Volokh Conspiracy: To Serve Ceviche

Melanie Wong | Jun 26, 202111:56 PM     2

Supreme Court Justices Sotomayor and Gorsuch engaged in a hypothetical argument using ceviche as an example.

Best line came from Sotomayor: "Again, no. Under the reading recommended by the series-qualifier canon, however, the ceviche was a red herring."

Gorsuch's response was not too shabby: "It's a colorful example, but one far afield from Indian law and the technical statutory definitions before us. Even taken on its own terms, too, the example is a bit underdone."

To Serve Ceviche

Justices Sotomayor and Gorsuch spar over the Peruvian delicacy.

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