Supreme Court round-up, 2010-2011
The Supreme Court's 2010-2011 term favored big business over the interests of consumers and employees and continued to lean toward an expansive view of the First Amendment. A look at key cases, which justices agreed most — or least — frequently, and who was most likely to be in the High Court's majority.
- Justice agreement
- Key cases
- Majority/minority votes
Percent of cases voted with the: majority minority
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Sources: Staff reports, SCOTUSblog. Graphic: Wilson Andrews, Robert Barnes, Heather Billings and Karen Yourish - The Washington Post. Published June 28, 2011.
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