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Refreshingly Boring? High Court Considers Statutory Context

By Christopher Collier and Michael Arndt · November 5, 2018, 5:58 PM EST

After the contentious and divisive confirmation of Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, many U.S. Supreme Court commentators have suggested that a series of statutory interpretation cases without much political valence might do...

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