Supreme Court Preparing To Wrap Up Term
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NPR's legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg reports.
NINA TOTENBERG: A federal appeals court panel that included Supreme Court Sotomayor ruled that under existing precedent, the city could do that. But when the case came to the Supreme Court, at oral argument, a majority of justices sounded skeptical and some outright hostile. Today, we'll see how the court resolves the matter and how far it goes in changing the rules of employment discrimination law.
M: Nina Totenberg, NPR News, Washington.
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