Supreme Court

As the 2002-2003 Supreme Court term came to a close this week, the court issued landmark rulings on issues involving affirmative action and privacy rights. Four law professors review the major opinions from this year's high court term and reflect…

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Texas law banning sodomy today, ruling that it violates the right to privacy. Jim Lehrer looks at the decision with Jan Crawford Greenburg, Supreme Court reporter for The Chicago Tribune.

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Texas sodomy law Thursday, ruling that it violates the right to privacy. Margaret Warner and legal experts discuss the impact of the ruling.

The Supreme Court also refused to rule in a case against athletic apparel maker Nike, Inc. involving free commercial speech. Jim Lehrer discusses the Nike ruling with Jan Crawford Greenburg of The Chicago Tribune.

Terence Smith gauges the public's reaction to the Supreme Court's affirmative action decisions with four editorial page editors from across the country.

The Supreme Court ruled to uphold the use of filters to block Internet pornography on public library computers. Jim Lehrer discusses the case with Jan Crawford Greenburg of The Chicago Tribune.

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