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Supreme Court

Supreme Court nominations are rarely debated as part of a presidential campaign. But the next president may fill several vacancies on the nine-member high court in his first term, changing the makeup of the court for a generation. That may indeed prove to be the next president's most lasting legacy, yet the candidates are less than eager to talk about whom they might choose. Nina Totenberg filed this report for NPR News.

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