Jun 27, 2015

Liberal Justices Prevail in High-Profile Supreme Court Cases - ABC News

The Supreme Court's four liberal justices have been in the majority in virtually all the year's biggest cases. To form a majority, they have found a fifth vote in Justice Anthony Kennedy and — more surprisingly — Chief Justice John Roberts. Justice Clarence Thomas was even their partner...

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