Breaking Down First Arguments Of The Supreme Court’s New Term

Breaking down first arguments of the supreme court’s new term

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Breaking Down First Arguments Of The Supreme Court’s New Term” – below is their description.

The Supreme Court heard its first oral arguments of its new term on Monday as Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson took her seat on the bench for the first time, making history as the first time four women have presided over the court. NBC News’ Kelly O’Donnell explains what cases the court heard and what role Justice Jackson played in yesterday’s arguments. 

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