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Supreme Court / Blockbuster Cases #1116602

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 01, 2017
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(Studio: Kate Snow) The blockbuster cases to be heard when the Supreme Court opens its session tomorrow introduced.

(Supreme Court: Pete Williams) The business & same-sex customers case about baker Jack Phillips†† refusing to make a cake for a Colorado gay couple, the case of the legality of tracking a cell phone's movement, the New Jersey case on the legality of sports betting & a Wisconsin case on political gerrymandering examined. [PHILLIPS, plaintiff David MULLINS†- talk about the sex discrimination case.] [ACLU Nate WESSLER†- cites cell phone private information.] [Election reform advocate Trevor POTTER†- says a political party can decide in advance who will win or lose.] The court's putting off ruling on President Trump's travel ban noted.

Snow, Kate;
Williams, Pete

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