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A short-handed Supreme Court begins a new term

THE JUSTICES returned to their chairs this week facing a docket that looks modest by the standards of recent years. With one seat of the nine vacant since February, when Antonin Scalia died, the risk of 4-4 ties in tricky cases seems to be making the justices choosier.
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