Textualism: Argument for and Against

One term you've likely heard, relating to the Supreme Court, is textualism. Textualism is a "canon of construction." This means that it is one sort of "method" of statutory interpretation. Textualism focuses on the text of the statute, and attempts to derive the plain and ordinary meaning of the words on the page to discern what the law means.

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