Robert Peck

Center for Constitutional Litigation

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President of the Center for Constitutional Litigation, a Washington, DC-based law firm that often represents plaintiffs in cases before the Supreme Court

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As the  US Supreme Court  recessed this week until next October,  John Roberts  completed his sixth term as Chief Justice of the United States.

The Supreme Court: Big Business and the First Amendment

As the US Supreme Court recessed this week until next October, John Roberts completed his sixth term as Chief Justice of the United States.

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As the  US Supreme Court  recessed this week until next October,  John Roberts  completed his sixth term as Chief Justice of the United States.

The Supreme Court: Big Business and the First Amendment

As the US Supreme Court recessed this week until next October, John Roberts completed his sixth term as Chief Justice of the United States.

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