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Long saddled with the label of "swing vote," U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has a new moniker that will travel with him into history: the court's strongest champion of gay rights
...employees to prove discrimination in the workplace (Vance v. Ball State University, 11-556, and ...
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