By Sindhu Sundar (July 2, 2018, 9:40 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Supreme Court ended its term with a blitz of 5-4 rulings in some of the highest-profile cases before it, with the justices falling into their usual ideological camps. But it also produced its share of major rulings with seemingly strange bedfellows.
In the final weeks of the court's term, its conservative majority uniformly voted to uphold President Donald Trump's third travel ban, to preserve an Ohio law that would eject certain voters from rolls, and to block public-sector unions from collecting dues from nonmembers, with members of the court's liberal wing penning bitter dissents in each of those cases....
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