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As SCOTUS term winds down, we recap the biggest cases




The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington DC.
The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington DC.
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The 2018-2019 Supreme Court terms had some major cases on the docket.

Big issues taken up include: the 2020 census citizenship question, the case about partisan gerrymandering, LGBTQ workplace discrimination and even the price of apps on your iPhone.

The term will wrap up in late June. Meanwhile, we look back and the biggest cases of the term.

Guests:

Amy Howe, co-founder of SCOTUSBlog and author of the blog Howe on the Courts; she tweets @AHoweBlogger

Greg Stohr, reporter covering the Supreme Court for Bloomberg News; he tweets @GregStohr