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Supreme Court seems ready to reopen racial bias claims in Texas and Illinois

The Supreme Court justices on Wednesday appeared ready to reopen the claims of two black men in separate cases involving alleged racial bias, one from a Texas convict on death row and another from a Joliet, Ill., man who said he was jailed for seven weeks based on evidence fabricated by a police...
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