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Inside The Supreme Court

Our highest court is a storied national and, in many ways, local institution. During the current term, the Supreme Court is expected to rule on issues ranging from affirmative action to voting rights and Freedom of Information laws in Virginia to seed patents. Two longtime Supreme Court reporters bring us a look at the current session and talk about how covering the Court has and hasn't changed over the last few decades.

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