Retired Justice Stephen Breyer spent nearly three decades on the Supreme Court. During his tenure, he considered major cases, including Dobbs on abortion rights and Bruen on gun control, but he wasn’t in the majority for either of those decisions. In his new book, “Reading the Constitution: Why I Chose Pragmatism, Not Textualism,” Breyer looks back on those cases and expresses his concerns around using textualism to interpret the law today. He sits down with special correspondent Joie Chen in-studio to discuss. 

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