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The U.S. Supreme Court's 2018-2019 Term in Review

Partisan gerrymandering, double jeopardy, the Census Bureau's questionnaire about citizenship status, a display of religious symbol in the public -- these are just a handful of cases from the Court's docket during its[masked] Term.

Oh, and the newly-minted Justice Kavanaugh was on the bench by the time oral arguments for many of these cases were heard before the Court. This year marks a drastic ideological turn for the Court, as it is now a solidly conservative institution for many years to come.

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Well, it's that time of the year again -- as the Court wraps up its[masked] Term, a series of important decisions will be handed down in the waning days.

As always, we'll be discussing these cases from a prism of political or public policy lenses -- no prior legal experience, or a comprehensive understanding of the Constitution or the Supreme Court jurisprudence is required.

That being said, we'll discuss the following cases:

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