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Supreme Court set to decide cases on insider trading, death penalty and aid to church schools

The Supreme Court begins hearing cases this week, but none of them looks to be a high-profile legal dispute that will split the eight justices. Here are a few notable legal questions due to be decided in the new term: Insider trading: Is it a crime for people to buy stock based on tips that came...
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