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Marcia Coyle on Justice Kennedy and the Supreme Court's Wedding Cake Case

Coyle on Justice Kennedy: "He's really at the center now of speech and dignity in this case, with an overlay of religion. And I think, as is so often the case, when the justices are closely divided, he may well be the key to the outcome."       
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