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SUPREME COURT NOTEBOOK: Sitting out the speech

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WASHINGTON (AP) — While his colleagues got ready to go to the Capitol, Justice Antonin Scalia sat on a stage across town and held forth about why, for the 16th consecutive year, he would not be joining them for the State of the Union. He doesn't go when a Democrat is president. He stays away when the president is Republican. "It has turned into a childish spectacle. I don't want to be there to...

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