Randy Barnett

Georgetown Law School

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This month, the US Supreme Court is expected to decide cases on the limits of speech during abortion protests, organized labor and when police can search your cell phone.

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The US Supreme Court has found the Affordable Care Act  constitutional , a major victory for  President Obama .

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The US Supreme Court has found the Affordable Care Act constitutional , a major victory for President Obama .

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