Despite title, Supreme Court not always last word
Published 11/14/2011, Associated Press
Nothing about the Supreme Court — not its magnificent building atop Capitol Hill nor its very title — suggests that its word is anything other than final. Yet federal appellate judges and even state court judges sometimes find ways to insist on an outcome the Supreme Court has rejected.Word count: 1245
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