U.S. Supreme Court review

The United States Supreme Court issued some major rulings toward the end of its session, including rulings on gerrymandering and one on whether a citizenship question can be included on the U.S. Census. We’ll get a review of the big cases and hear about the impact of the court’s newest justice with Arizona State University law professor Paul Bender and attorney Stephen Montoya of Montoya, Lucero and Pastor. ​

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Paul Bender, ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law Professor
Stephen Montoya, Montoya, Lestor & Pastor Attorney

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