Thank you for reading The Marble Palace Blog, which I hope will inform and surprise you about the Supreme Court of the United States. My name is Tony Mauro. I’ve covered the Supreme Court since 1979 and for ALM since 2000. I semiretired in 2019, but I am still fascinated by the high court. I’ll welcome any tips or suggestions for topics to write about. You can reach me at [email protected]
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, who plans to retire soon, will be remembered fondly, most of the time, for his fanciful hypotheticals and sometimes marathon-length questions during oral arguments.
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