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by Ronald L. Feinman
But have we seen the last of their kind?
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by Ronald L. Feinman
Another accident gave us Harry Blackmun. What does that tell you?
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Their tweets and retweets.
SOURCE: NBC News
"The Decider": Kennedy's legacy as a Supreme Court swing vote
Legal experts told NBC News that the retiring justice rooted many of his key opinions in his belief that a "right to dignity" was protected by the Constitution.
Will Anthony Kennedy Retire?
What Influences a Justice’s Decision
Justice Anthony Kennedy’s Tolerance Is Seen in His Sacramento Roots
At 78, he has advanced legal equality for gays more than any other American jurist, making his friend Mr. Schaber, who died in 1997 — and who was, many who knew him believe, a closeted gay man — look prescient.
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