5 Ways Scalia’s Death Changed the Supreme Court

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It's been a year since the larger-than-life justice died unexpectedly, and in many ways, according to lawyers, the court feels like a different place.

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  • Leroy Wilson, Jr., Esq.

    This adoration is one thing, but AFRICAN Americans and right thinking white people should not forget the racist, hurtful, demeaning and disgraceful comments and questions he made/asked during oral argument in Fisher v University of Texas. If you want to be thought of as fair-minded, please stop ignoring his negative attributes.🙏🏿

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