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The Docket: The First Term With A New Conservative 6-3 Majority On The Supreme Court

The Docket: The First Term With A New Conservative 6-3 Majority On The Supreme Court

Update: 2021-07-031
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Chief Justice John Roberts used to be seen as a solid conservative, but as the center of conservative politics moved to the right so did the justices appointed after him. Now with a 6-3 conservative super majority on the court, what role does the chief justice play?

This episode: Congressional correspondent Susan Davis, legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg, and special guest Tom Goldstein.

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The Docket: The First Term With A New Conservative 6-3 Majority On The Supreme Court

The Docket: The First Term With A New Conservative 6-3 Majority On The Supreme Court

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