After bulking up the Supreme Court's docket last week with 17 additional cases, the justices head into their new term today facing a full array of hot button issues that will continue to measure just how far to the right the Roberts Court is heading on the eve of a presidential election. And at least one keen Court-watcher predicts that simply because of the different lineup of cases this term, by next June it will be conservatives, not liberals, who will be angry at the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Heads Into New Term
October 1, 2007
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