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June 19, 2013

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Richard Evans

Transparency is best. I am tired of condescending government officials limiting public access to its actions on grounds other than legitimate national security interest. I also think it would foster more awareness of the constitution and the role of the judiciary in our system of divided government.

Darren McKinney

Sen. Durbin wishes to politicize the Court still further in hopes of making it more malleable and sensitive to populist rabble-rousing. But smart money will bet against his churlish efforts so long as Chief Justice Roberts remains in charge.

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