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Justice Thomas talks at court arguments, 1st time in 3 years

Seattle Times Wednesday, 20 March 2019
WASHINGTON (AP) — Justice Clarence Thomas is asking his first questions at Supreme Court arguments in more than three years. Arguments were almost over Wednesday in a case about racial discrimination in the South when the court’s only African-American member and lone Southerner piped up. The case involves a black Mississippi death row inmate who’s […]
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