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The US Supreme Court Begins A Busy Term

The Supreme Court will take on a bigger caseload for the Fall 2017 term, and a more controversial one at that.

The US Supreme Court Begins A Busy Term
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The Supreme Court kicked off its fall term Monday. The nine justices will hear nearly four dozen cases this term — more than the total number it heard in 2016. It will decide issues relating to voter rights, privacy, immigration and religious liberty.

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