Analysis: Justices Wrap Up Term with Major Rulings

Supreme Court justices will leave Washington this week, ending a nine-month term that resulted in a drastically altered legal landscape. In their final week, the justices surprised many court observers in declaring that race can be used in university admission decisions and ruling that the court had been wrong in 1986 in upholding state anti-sodomy laws. Hear NPR's Nina Totenberg.

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