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Enjoying The Great Outdoors With Some "Supremes"

Monday, January 28, 2002

Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O`Connor`s new book Lazy B is a narrative of life on a 160,000-acre ranch worlds away from Washington, D.C. And when Justice Antonin Scalia gets out of Washington, you may just find him in a duck blind.

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