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Quote of the Day - Those people who taught Hubert Humphrey a lesson will still be enjoying the Nixon Supreme Court when Tricia and Julie begin to find silver threads among the gold and the black. - Russell Baker
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There have been several big changes over the past year in the U.S. Supreme Court. Take, for example, the death of Chief Justice William Rehnquist, the nomination and resignation of Harriet Miers and the controversial choices of two new justices:  Justice Samuel Alito and Chief Justice John Roberts.  All of these changes have created a new complexion for the high court.

Please join me and my fellow attorney and Law.com blogger Bob Ambrogi while we analyze what's happened with two experts on the Supreme Court.  Coast to Coast welcomes Rex Heinke, partner at the firm of Akin Gump Straus Hauer and Feld LLP and Tony Mauro, Supreme Court correspondent for Legal Times, American Lawyer Media, and Law.com. Donít miss this roundup, and give a listen.

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