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The New Supreme Court Term: Blockbusters? Maybe Not. Significant? No Question

Some legal observers predict the new Supreme Court Term will be a snooze because the docket lacks hot button social issue cases - the fate of marriage equity, for example, or a challenge to the Affordable Care Act, President Obama's signature legislative accomplishment. From my perspective, that's a narrow view that ignores the social, political and economic import of many cases confronting the Justices this Term.
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