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Breyer stepping down
Democrats said a new Supreme Court fight will help them this election year, and Republicans sought to preemptively cast President Biden's unannounced nominee as radical.
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Justice Stephen G. Breyer will leave a legacy as a steadfast supporter of abortion rights, the environment and health-care coverage.
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A lake within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Ely, Minn., in September 2019. (Salwan Georges/The Post)
A proposed copper and nickel mine near the popular Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness has been at the center of a tug of war between Democratic and Republicans administrations.
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Supreme Court Justices Neil M. Gorsuch, Elena Kagan and Stephen G. Breyer. (Getty Images)
The FixAnalysis
In part because of the timing, his retirement probably won’t change much about the trajectory of decisions on abortion rights, at least in the short term.
The FixAnalysis
It's hardly a cure-all for a Democratic Party facing a deficit on the court, but it's still big, for a host of reasons.
If Stephen Breyer's replacement doesn't yield controversy, it will be unusual.
The cooperator, Joseph Ellicott, witnessed the congressman attend parties involving "frat party" behavior, his attorney said.
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(Joan Marcus)
Audible produced a two-hour version of what is normally a 3 1/2-hour play, with Bill Camp and Elizabeth Marvel.
“Women in All Their Diversity” may not quite live up to the broad title, but this group exhibition is a testament to women’s creativity.
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