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Why the Supreme Court Is the Most Important Issue of the Election

Election 2016 is the probably the most important election we will ever take part in. Why? Because extremely important issues are at the forefront of this election, especially for women and minorities. At this time, there are eight Supreme Court Justices, four are conservative, and four are liberal-ish. Only one is under 60 years old. Three are 78, 80, and 83. The next President will determine the make up of the Court for at least the next generation, and probably longer.
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