Like the rest of the world, the Supreme Court had to change its way of life to combat COVID-19. The justices shuttered One First Street, and for the first time since the Spanish flu epidemic, they postponed several oral arguments. But the wheels of justice must spin on. In a historic move, the Court held its first-ever telephonic arguments. And even while social distancing, the justices managed to issue several decisions.
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