If confirmed by the Senate, Solicitor General nominee Donald Verrilli Jr. would face a U.S. Supreme Court term fraught with legal land mines for the Obama administration.

In the pipeline for next term are possible challenges involving the administration’s health care reform package, its application of the state secrets doctrine, the Defense of Marriage Act, affirmative action in higher education and conflicts with state enforcement of immigration laws, among others.

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