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SCOTUS Opinions Revised

Supreme Court decisions have long shelf lives - their impact on the American judicial system can last for decades after their publication. But it was revealed recently that justices often also quietly revise decisions after they're issued, which can alter the law of the land with little notice. Kojo chats with journalist Adam Liptak about the court's editing process and how it affects the American legal system.

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