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One Issue That Could Reshape America For A Generation Was Snubbed At The Debate

NEW YORK ? The next president could very well set the course of the Supreme Court for far longer than the duration of his or her White House stay, and yet neither candidate gave the subject any play on Monday. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump had more than 90 minutes to make their respective cases to the American public at the first of three televised presidential debates in the lead-up to Election Day.
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