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John Roberts is on track for a seat on the Supreme Court, according to supporters and critics who say the coming confirmation debate will test Senate Democrats as well as the nominee. It was uncertain how the death late Saturday of his mentor, Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, would figure into the Roberts nomination.

Rehnquist’s death puts the chief justice seat into play, and gives Bush a rare second vacancy on the high court.

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