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With Scalia Death, US Supreme Court Could Have 4-4 Splits

With the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, the U.S. Supreme Court could be facing a divisive ideological split during its current term as it considers key cases involving abortion, immigration policy, religious liberty and affirmative action to assist racial minorities gain admittance to flagship universities. Scalia, a stalwart conservative, was often one of five justices in the majority in contentious 5-to-4 rulings on the highest court, holding sway over the court's four...

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