A report card on week one of the Supreme Court’s new term
The Supreme Court’s new term started with a new justice.
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson made an impact on oral arguments this week.
“Her presence on the bench really has sort of changed the tone on the bench,” Amy Howe says.
But with a conservative super majority will her questions make any difference on how the court rules in major cases?
“She may be looking at spending an indefinite amount of time on the losing end of a 6-3 conservative court,” Howe adds.
Today, On Point: What we learned from the Supreme Court’s first week back in session.
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