Supreme Court Wrap-Up With Nina Totenberg

Guests:

Nina Totenberg
* NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent

Douglas Kmiec
* Dean & Professor of Constitutional Law, Catholic University Law School, Washington
* Former, Professor of Constitutional Law, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California

Akhil Amar
* Professor of Law, Yale University Law School

This term, the Supreme Court took action on several important cases ranging from the right to privacy in your own home to whether the PGA had to let golfer Casey Martin use a cart. While the cases may not have been as high profile or emotionally charged as in previous years, many of them could have a direct impact on all of our lives. Juan Williams talks with NPR's Nina Totenberg about the Supreme Court's decisions and how they will affect YOU.

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