Mark Sherman

Associated Press

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Mark Sherman is the Supreme Court correspondent for the Associated Press.

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The US Supreme Court delayed arguments in a  case  involving the separation of Church and State until its ninth member was finally sworn in.

SCOTUS takes up the separation of Church and State

The US Supreme Court delayed arguments in a case involving the separation of Church and State until its ninth member was finally sworn in.

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