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Adam Liptak, the Supreme Court correspondent for The New York Times, previews the big cases the U.S. Supreme Court will rule on before the end of the term in June.
this was a great segment. give these two a show together. although i don't think there is really enough supreme court coverage to carry a whole show. and Mr. Liptak doesn't really seem like the show type. well, it was just an idea. but keep up the good work.
THIS DECISION BY THE COURT IS ONE OF THE MOST DISGRACEFUL CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY AND CRIMES AGAINST NATURE.
It looks like the issue of religious freedom in the face of Obamacoverage will end up before the Supreme Court, after it goes into effect on Churches August first.
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