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The Supreme Court is down to the final weeks of its annual term and clearing its case file for summer recess. Monday it released rulings in several cases, including one setting limits on the use of drugs to enable certain defendants to stand trial. The court also decided that laws barring direct campaign contributions from corporations apply to non-profits. Michele Norris talks about the waning days of the term with NPR's Nina Totenberg.

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