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Court rules in three cases, big decisions ahead

At the U.S. Supreme Court, Monday was a bad day for kids seeking to benefit from their parents, and a good day for a Japanese baseball player.

In three decisions, the court denied social security benefits to children conceived via in vitro fertilization long after the insured father’s death (click here for more), declined to impute a parent’s years of residency to a child who is seeking to avoid deportation (more on that case here), and ruled that a statute allowing recovery for litigation-related interpreter services does not cover document translation (here for more on that case).

But as you know, there are still major cases waiting to come down, including a ruling on whether life sentences for juveniles is constitutional, whether the federal health care law will stand, and whether Arizona had the authority to enact a tough immigration enforcement law.

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