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Constitutional Law

Nov. 28, 1998

Census Sampling Case Could Shift Political Fortunes

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court Monday will hear arguments in two politically driven cases that ultimately could alter the composition of Congress and reroute billions of federal dollars.

By Daniel A. Shaw
Daily Journal Staff Writer
        WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court Monday will hear arguments in two politically driven cases that ultimately could alter the composition of Congress and reroute billions of federal dollars.
        The consolidated cases, United States Department of Co...

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