<img src = "https://a57.foxnews.com/a57.foxnews.com/static.foxnews.com/foxnews.com/content/uploads/2019/03/640/320/1862/1048/ The Supreme Court Judge Neil Gorswh, left, and Brett Cavana watched President Trump arrive to address the Union in a joint session of the Washington Capitol Congress, and the Supreme Court Officer, Neil Gorsuch, left, and Brett Cavana, watched as President Trump arrived to address the Union at a joint meeting of the Capitol Congress in Washington.
The two officials assigned to President Trump of the US Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kwanavu, were expected to help achieve a "conservative revolution" at the highest court of the nation. But in two of the three court rulings on Tuesday, Gorshu and
the two cases in which the judges disagreed include Indian tribe taxes and US state taxes, and another law related to maritime law.
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7 to fill Senate Republicans, was opened more than a year after the death of Justice Antonin Skalja in 2016, on the side of liberal judges, declaring that the Yakamah nation should not pays tax on fuel in Washington. a handful of modest promises "for the tribe, including the right to carry goods freely on the market. RT
Yakama Nation Chairman JoDe Goudy praised the decision. In a statement quoted by the NW News Network, he writes: "Today we are making a decision that strengthens Yakamah's lifestyle, both in historical context and contemporary interpretation."  Gorsuch's opinion joined only justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, The other three liberal judges voted for the same result but for various reasons.
Cavana opposed Gorshush and the Liberals.
In the other case, in which Kavanaugh and Gorsuch in contradiction turned to a lawsuit by two fleet veterans who were exposed to asbestos, Kavanaugh said that manufacturers of pumps, turbines and fans that require asbestos insulation work properly, we must warn about the health hazards of exposure to asbestos, that's what Cavana writes, even though companies do not produce or sell asbestos to the fleet. The Liberal Judges and Chief Justice John Roberts were also for the most part.
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The third case on Tuesday showed a more general alliance of conservative judges. The court decision, in which Gorsuch and Kavanaugh are in step with other conservatives, gave the federal government a wider power to detain immigrants who expect deportation at any time after being released from prison on criminal charges. The four liberal judges did not agree.
Fox News "Andrew O'Reilly and Associated Press contributed to this report.