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On the Rise: Justice Anthony Kennedy holds pivotal role in Supreme Court split decisions

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When Anthony Kennedy was nominated to the Supreme Court by President Ronald Reagan in 1987, he was portrayed as a balanced arbiter but overall a reliable conservative. But almost 26 years after his confirmation, Kennedy has evolved into a more complex and nuanced justice than Reagan likely ever anticipated, routinely siding with his liberal-leaning colleagues on civil liberty and gay rights...

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