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Paul / Antonin Scalia / Senate #1171335

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 22, 2016
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Well today the US Supreme Court met for the first time in 30 years without Justice Antonin Scalia. His empty seat today was a reminder of the political battle over how to fill it. And here's our chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford. Justice Scalia's seat on the bench now is draped with a black cloth. As the justices returned to work the first time any of the eight have served on the court without the larger than life Scalia. Chief Justice John Roberts started the morning session with a tribute...
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Jan Crawford
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00:01:48

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