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Supreme Court rulings always include the perspective of a white male, but often exclude viewpoints of Black and Latina justices

By David Orentlicher, Professor of Law and Co-Director, Health Law Program, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Despite a historically diverse high court, its voting rules often fail to include minority viewpoints. That could be avoided if justices decided their cases by unanimous vote.

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