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The Country Antonin Scalia Created: Cases where Scalia's vote was decisive

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Message Brett Edkins

Since the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, numerous commentators have written about his jurisprudence, dissents, and unlikely friendship with Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I want to talk about something else: those lesser-known instances when Scalia’s vote on the Supreme Court decisively changed the country, and sometimes in surprising ways.

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