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The two cases in which the judges disagreed concerned one Indian tribe and taxes of the State of Washington and another concerning the Law of the Sea.
Gorsuch nominated by Trump in 2017 Senate Republicans held open for more than a year after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia teamed with liberal judges who had ruled that the Yakama nation had no fuel tax The state of Washington would have to pay a "handful of humble promises" to the tribe, including the right to freely market goods.
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JoDe Goudy, chairman of the Yakama Nation, praised the verdict.In a statement quoted by NW News Network, he wrote: "Today is a decision that sets Yakama's way of life both reinforced in the historical context as well as in the modern interpretation. "
Gorsbach's opinion was only followed by Justice Minister Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the leader of the Liberal wing of the The other three liberal judges voted for the same result, but for different reasons.
Kavanaugh disagreed with the Gorsuch and the Liberals, arguing that the 1855 treaty granted tribal members only the same travel rights
The other case, in which Kavanaugh and Gorsuch disagreed, was a lawsuit by two Navy veterans exposed to asbestos. When Kavanaugh formulated the opinion of the court, he said that the manufacturers of pumps, turbines and blowers that require asbestos insulation should have been warned about the health risks of asbestos when operated properly, Kavanaugh wrote, although the companies did not manufacture the asbestos still sold to the Navy. The Liberal judges and Supreme Judge John Roberts were also in the majority.
Gorsuch, who had joined the Justice Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas, wrote that manufacturers "risk being held liable retroactively for not having warned of other people's products."
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. The third case of Tuesday has shown that the conservative judges are more common. The court's decision, in which Gorsuch and Kavanaugh saw the other conservatives in Lockstep, gave the federal government a broader power to arrest immigrants waiting to be deported after being released on punitive grounds. The four liberal judges disagreed.
Andrew O & # 39; Reilly and The Associated Press of Fox News contributed to this report.