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Supreme Court rules on AIDS funding, sentencing, class-action lawsuits

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Justices hold off ruling on major cases The Supreme Court on Thursday kept the nation waiting for its pending decisions on major cases regarding gay marriage, voting rights and affirmation action, instead issuing rulings on three significantly lower-profile cases. In one opinion issued Thursday, the justices voted 6-3 to strike down a federal law that forces private health organizations to...

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