Will Baude

University of Chicago

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Two new decisions today from the nation’s highest court on cases that impact everyone from the President to grassroots activists.

Supreme Court Rules on Abortion Clinic Buffer Zones, Presidential Recess Appointments

Two new decisions today from the nation’s highest court on cases that impact everyone from the President to grassroots activists.

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