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Arbitrary role of geography: Justice slams SCOTUS decision to dodge death penalty question

Arbitrary role of geography: Justice slams SCOTUS decision to dodge death penalty question

SCOTUSblog - looking at the chaos in the national US media about the healthcare bill legal challenge and how the blog came through

SCOTUSblog - looking at the chaos in the national US media about the healthcare bill legal challenge and how the blog came through

Analysis: Hobby Lobby and claims for religious exemptions from anti-discrimination laws? : SCOTUSblog

Analysis: Hobby Lobby and claims for religious exemptions from anti-discrimination laws? : SCOTUSblog

SCOTUS makes it rain: Most of the big money behind the 2016 election directly resulted from Supreme Court decisions - Salon.com

SCOTUS makes it rain: Most of the big money behind the 2016 election directly resulted from Supreme Court decisions - Salon.com

SCOTUS makes it rain: Most of the big money behind the 2016 election directly resulted from Supreme Court decisions

SCOTUS makes it rain: Most of the big money behind the 2016 election directly resulted from Supreme Court decisions

No no, no, tell me my human didn't just come home with generic cat food again.

No no, no, tell me my human didn't just come home with generic cat food again.

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Last week, SCOTUS made an historic decision to allow for the consideration of racially biased juries in appeals cases. SCOTUS ruled that if direct evidence of bias is found, a retrial is in order.

Last week, SCOTUS made an historic decision to allow for the consideration of racially biased juries in appeals cases. SCOTUS ruled that if direct evidence of bias is found, a retrial is in order.

On the160th anniversary of #DredScott, here's why #SCOTUS's decision doesn't change the concept of #marriage

On the160th anniversary of #DredScott, here's why #SCOTUS's decision doesn't change the concept of #marriage

01/11/2012  Romney: Questions about Wall Street and inequality are driven by `envy’  By Greg Sargent

01/11/2012 Romney: Questions about Wall Street and inequality are driven by `envy’ By Greg Sargent