The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the cases Board of Education v. Dowell and Perry v. Louisiana and Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company v. Cleopatra Haslip. In Dowell, the role of courts in busing after determining a school district segregated is considered. In Perry, the Court will address whether the Eighth Amendment is violated when someone is given medication to be made competent for execution. In Haslip, the Court will decide if state juries have the discretion to award unlimited punitive damages in civil cases. close
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Julius Chambers Director NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund
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The Senate resumed morning business. CR, pp. S479-S549.
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