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Court Adds Cases on Immigration, Criminal Law, Offensive Names, and More

The new Supreme Court term doesn't begin until Monday, but it got its unofficial kickoff yesterday, as the Court released orders from this week's "long conference," granting cert in eight new cases. Lucky for us, they're eight pretty interesting cases. The disputes include questions over immigration law, the educational......
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