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Neil Gorsuch Could Cast Decisive Vote In Biggest Church-State Case In Decades

On his first day on the Supreme Court bench, Justice Neil Gorsuch seemed eager to make a good impression with his colleagues and the public, even if the cases themselves weren’t exactly headline-grabbing. All eyes will once again be on the court’s newest member Wednesday, as he and his colleagues wrap their brains around what’s arguably the most explosive church-state case the justices have heard in decades.
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