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May
10

Religion Matters, to Some Extent, on the High Court

If Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan replaces retiring Justice John Paul Stevens, the nation’s highest court will, for the first time, be without a Protestant justice.

Kagan’s confirmation would result in six Roman Catholic and three Jewish justices. Many argue that since Protestantism remains America’s largest religious affiliation, the top court should have at least one Protestant justice.

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