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The Supreme Court has overturned precedent dozens of times in the past 60 years, including when it struck down legal segregation

By David Schultz, Professor of Law, University of Minnesota; Professor of Political Science, Hamline University
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There is value in observing legal precedent, but sometimes circumstances, logic or judges’ views determine it’s time to overturn it.

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