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Challenge To Union Fees Deadlocks In Supreme Court

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Judge Merrick Garland is introduced by President Obama as his nominee for the Supreme Court at the White House earlier this month. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Merrick Garland's Judicial Record Slips Through Critics' Fingers

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Joe Biden Criticizes Senate Refusal To Consider Obama Supreme Court Nominee

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Obamacare Birth Control Challenge

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A statue of St. Joseph with baby Jesus Christ at the Little Sisters of the Poor, an order of Catholic nuns that runs homes for the elderly poor. The organization, along with several others, argues that the government's workaround to provide free birth control still burdens its free exercise of religion. Samantha Del Duca/NPR hide caption

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Birth Control At The Supreme Court: Does Free Coverage Violate Religious Freedom?

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Jaime Caetano was convicted of violating Massachusetts' ban on stun guns after one was found in her purse. Alain Jocard/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Are Stun Guns Protected By Second Amendment? Supreme Court Suggests Yes

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President Obama is interviewed about his Supreme Court nominee, Judge Merrick Garland. Nick Michael/NPR hide caption

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Why President Obama Picked The 'Only White Guy' On His Shortlist

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Judge Merrick Garland To Meet Senators

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Obama To Nominate Judge Merrick Garland To Fill Supreme Court Vacancy

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Obama Picks Merrick Garland For Supreme Court Seat

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President Obama and Vice President Biden stand with Judge Merrick B. Garland as he is nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday at the White House Rose Garden. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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