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Progressives look to Supreme Court to motivate voters

CBS News Tuesday, 11 August 2020
Progressive groups are focusing on the future of the Supreme Court to help motivate Democratic voters in the 2020 election. CBS News political reporter Melissa Quinn explains how these groups are using a playbook that worked for conservatives.
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