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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Some examples of cases that the Supreme Court declined to review cited.
(Supreme Court: Jackie Judd) The opening of an extraordinary Supreme Court term that may deal with several cases involving state versus federal powers previewed; details given of cases on the tobacco and the FDA, selling information, age discrimination, free speech and the separation of church and state. [Attorney John ROBERTS - says there are a dozen key cases.] [Georgetown University law professor Michael SEIDMAN - wonders if there will be a court revolution; says this is a last opportunity for some of the justices.] (Artist: Carole Kabrin)
- Gibson, Charles;
- Judd, Jackie
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