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Supreme Court gets back to work on the fabled first Monday of October

The Supreme Court quietly opened for business Monday morning, still shorthanded 201 days after President Barack Obama nominated a judge to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia. With Senate Republicans … Click to Continue »
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