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Why don't politicians appoint young and healthy ideological fresh bachelors as Supreme Court justices?

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Resource providing statistical data on the amount of law enacted?

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Which statements about the War in Ukraine are now criminal in Russia?

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Would the Clayton Antitrust Act prevent the proposed "Fast Lane" of the internet problem with net neutrality?

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