Jan Crawford Greenburg

Legal Affairs Correspondent, ABC News

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Legal affairs correspondent for ABC News and author of Supreme Conflict: The Inside Story of the Struggle for Control of the United States Supreme Court

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As it does regularly on first Monday of October, the  US Supreme  began another session today. At the moment, this year's docket has a limited number of controversial cases.

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As it does regularly on first Monday of October, the US Supreme began another session today. At the moment, this year's docket has a limited number of controversial cases.

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When the  US Supreme Court  shut down last year for its summer recess, court watchers were stunned by the number of 5-to-4 decisions and the bitter language used by some of the…

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When the US Supreme Court shut down last year for its summer recess, court watchers were stunned by the number of 5-to-4 decisions and the bitter language used by some of the…

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