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April 29, 2016 11:09 AM

Conservatives legislators and moderate judges joust over marriage and bathrooms

S.C. judge wrote court decisions that led to same sex marriage and damaged HB2

Floyd is one of seven Obama appointees that have overhauled the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals

Richmond, Va., court has served as a deterrent to some major Republican initiatives in Raleigh

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