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OYEZ! It’s the first Monday in October, and the U.S. Supreme Court has some blockbuster issues on deck this term, including LGBT workplace discrimination, DACA and the Puerto Rico financial crisis. Lawyers arguing before the high court are in for a change starting this term, as Tony Mauro reports. They’ll get two minutes of uninterrupted time at the beginning of oral argument. The surprise announcement last week of the change means that advocates will get to speak their piece before getting pelted with questions from the bench.

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