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CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — In the past year or so, the Supreme Court has presided over some monumental cases and made some equally important decisions. The Affordable Care Act, gay marriage, and voting rights are some of the most notable issues they’ve handled.

University of San Francisco Law Professor Julie Nice helps us preview and understand the upcoming session of the Supreme Court in this week’s In Depth. She joined USF’s faculty in 2009 and her expertise is in constitutional law.

Campaign contributions, race, religion, and reproductive rights are some of the upcoming issues the high court will struggle with, but not all the issues will be as headline grabbing as those, though they still have some significant implications.

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With campaign contributions we probably remember the Citizens United ruling that decided it was not…

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