Democrats intimidating voters
On Monday, the shorthanded Supreme Court -- with eight justices instead of the usual nine as Republicans have blocked President Barack Obama's nominee to replace the late conservative justice Antonin Scalia -- sided with the appeals court.
In keeping with protocol, the high court is reluctant to intervene just before a national election.
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