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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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Here Are Some The Biggest Cases On The Supreme Court's Docket

Here Are Some The Biggest Cases On The Supreme Court's Docket

SCOTUS is lined up to hear cases on topics like labor relations, gerrymandering and voters' rights.

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