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Full Court Press: Charles Lane Charles Lane writes about the Supreme Court on the first Monday of the month.

Latest Columns
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For Lawyer, This Case Is Personal (Post, March 1, 2004)

Caseload Reflects Court's Altered Role (Post, Feb. 2, 2004)

Justices to Plunge Into Legal Issues Raised by War on Terror (Post, Jan. 5, 2004)

A Case of Church and State and the States (Post, Dec. 1, 2003)

Questions From the Bench Seen as Clues to Final Outcomes (Post, Nov. 3, 2003)

High Court Yields to High Holy Days (Post, Sept. 1, 2003)

Thinking Outside the U.S. (Post, Aug. 4, 2003)

Polls: Americans Say Court Is 'About Right' (Post, July 7, 2003)

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On Second Thought . . . (Post, April 11, 2003)

Will Telemarketer's Claims Ring True? (Post, March 3, 2003)

On Further Review, It's Hard to Bury Douglas's Arlington Claim (Post, Feb. 14, 2003)

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Will Chief Justice Retire . . . or Won't He? (Post, Jan. 6, 2003)

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Justices' Recess: Calm Before the Storm (Post, July 8, 2002)

Cleveland School Subsidies Await Supreme Court Action: Case Among 25 Under Review as Term Nears End (Post, June 6, 2002)

A Private Hearing, of Sorts, for Anti-War Activists (Post, May 6, 2002)

Enron Still Pursuing Its Case Against FERC (Post, March 4, 2002)

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