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NPR's Larry Abramson reports the Supreme Court will NOT hear a direct appeal of the Microsoft case. Instead, the landmark anti-trust suit will go the a federal appeals court first. The decision is a setback for the Justice Department, which wanted the Supreme Court to hear the case without first going through the Court of Appeals.
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