Welcome Back, Justice

The Court officially convened the 2007 term yesterday. The arguments that it heard yesterday were of marginal interest but the cases today, Gall and Kimbrough are sure to please. This is the only way to accurately summarize how I feel:

Welcome back, Justice. Welcome back.


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