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Supreme Court to decide case on animal cruelty and free speech
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Supreme Court to take up Chicago gun ban
Shallow historical roots for Sotomayor's public grilling
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Supreme Court justices question campaign finance law
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Obama: Sotomayor's confirmation "a great day for America."
Sotomayor is sworn in, but the politics are far from over
Latest GOP setback: Florida's Senator Martinez to retire early
With scant support for Sotomayor, did the GOP hurt itself?
Conservatives see silver lining in Sotomayor vote
Sotomayor is a shoo-in, but the Senate vote still matters
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