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Tuesday March 08, 2016

Quote of the Day

“It's unlikely that Scalia will be replaced anytime soon. But let's hope that, when a successor is finally appointed, it is someone willing to give ordinary citizens the day in court that Scalia worked so hard to deny them.”

-- James Surowiecki, “Courting Business,” about how the Roberts Court is the most pro-corporate court since the Great Depression; on The New Yorker site.

Posted at 08:45 AM on Tuesday March 08, 2016 in category Quote of the Day  
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