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Blockbuster Term Ends, Jackson Joins and Makes History (PODCAST)

July 1, 2022, 7:04 PM

The US Supreme Court is finished with its blockbuster term but the focus is already shifting to the next one, with Ketanji Brown Jackson now sworn-in as the first Black woman justice.

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Jackson comes aboard following a supercharged nine months that included her confirmation to replace the now-retired Stephen Breyer. Controversies flared over questions about the court’s independence with the conservative majority making transformative changes to abortion, guns, and religion.

Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Greg Stohr joins the “Cases and Controversies” podcast to recap the momentous developments and preview what’s ahead starting in October.

Hosts: Kimberly Robinson and Lydia Wheeler

Guest: Greg Stohr, Bloomberg

Producer: David Schultz

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