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A high-stakes dispute between New Jersey and Delaware with roots in the 1600s played out before the Supreme Court on Tuesday.

A slight edge in the complex case may have gone to New Jersey, and not just because two of the eight justices ruling in the case were born there: Antonin Scalia and Samuel Alito Jr.

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