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Supreme Court at odds with Obama, Congress

6:37 PM, Jul. 14, 2013
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The biggest case facing the Supreme Court in its next term will test the relative powers of the White House and Congress in making government appointments. Barring a procedural draw, one of them will win.

That will be a welcome relief to the victorious party after the recently concluded term, in which the court didn't look very kindly on its fellow branches of government.

In the last seven days alone of the term that ended June 26, the court struck down key portions of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act and a 2003 law regulating AIDS funding. ...

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