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Associate Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O' Connor and Anthony Kennedy chat as the entire court has their portrait taken in 1994 in Washington. The two justices were often “swing voters” on the court but differed in substance. O’Connor was a highly pragmatic balancer.  Kennedy, in contrast, loved grand principles. (Associated Press)
Associate Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O' Connor and Anthony Kennedy chat as the entire court has their portrait taken in 1994 in Washington. The two justices were often “swing voters” on the court but differed in substance. O’Connor was a highly pragmatic balancer. Kennedy, in contrast, loved grand principles. (Associated Press)

Commentary: Roberts is a different kind of swing voter

Roberts seems to be embracing the role of the centrist.

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