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May 17 in Supreme Court history: the Court unanimously declared segregation unconstitutional with their decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka on this date in 1954.
The Supreme Court will hear at least one potentially important case regarding the separation of church and state in the next Term.
This week’s Supreme Court decisions weren’t breaking news – what does that mean for the forthcoming decisions on the big cases? Professor Carolyn Shapiro discusses it in ISCOTUSnow.