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Political judgment

13 November 2012 By Reynolds Holding

They lack the Supreme Court’s cachet, but can be more influential. Appeals courts often get the last word, especially on financial regulation. And judges’ political leanings matter. With top court vacancies rare, putting allies on the benches below can shape the law for decades.

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