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The Supreme Court justices return to the bench on Monday for a new term that’s shaping up to be an impactful one, with issues ranging from gun ownership rights in domestic violence cases, to the legality of administrative courts and the First Amendment implications of public officials blocking critics on social media. Let this episode of Pro Say be your guide for the term as we talk about all the major cases and storylines with special guest and prolific Supreme Court litigator Carter Phillips from Sidley Austin. Also this week, the Federal Trade Commission finally brings down the antitrust hammer on Amazon, and former President Donald Trump is found liable for fraud in a high-profile civil case brought by the New York attorney general.
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