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The Supreme Court ends its term with historic decisions, handing victories to gay rights proponents and defeat to voting rights activists. President Barack Obama outlines an ambitious plan to address climate change, setting the stage for political battles ahead. And new revelations about undisclosed gifts to Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell raise questions about his wife, Maureen, and whether the governor took official action on behalf of those who gave him gifts. It's your turn to weigh in on these stories and other topics on your mind.

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