Time Needed to Gauge Impact of High Court Rulings Legal scholars agree recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings on affirmative action and gay sex are major landmarks. But the full effect of the decisions awaits the test of time. Meanwhile, President Bush anticipates the potential resignation of key justices. Hear NPR's Liane Hansen and Weekend Edition legal adviser Mimi Wesson.
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Time Needed to Gauge Impact of High Court Rulings

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Time Needed to Gauge Impact of High Court Rulings

Time Needed to Gauge Impact of High Court Rulings

Time Needed to Gauge Impact of High Court Rulings

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Legal scholars agree recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings on affirmative action and gay sex are major landmarks. But the full effect of the decisions awaits the test of time. Meanwhile, President Bush anticipates the potential resignation of key justices. Hear NPR's Liane Hansen and Weekend Edition legal adviser Mimi Wesson.