The United States Supreme Court has ruled recently on everything from who has to bake a cake to who has to pay union dues to who can travel to the U.S. And now the search for retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy’s replacement begins. SMU Constitutional Law expert Lackland Bloom and UT-Arlington political scientist Rebecca Deen join us to talk about the thinking behind the court’s recent decisions and the politics of replacing a justice.
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