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Electoral college voters make case for rogue voting at Supreme Court

Must electoral college voters do as they are told when casting presidential ballots on behalf of the people?

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A guide to the Supreme Court’s hearing on Trump’s financial records

Debates in three major cases about the president’s efforts to keep his taxes and financial records secret will be aired live on May 12. Here’s what you need to know to follow along with oral arguments.

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