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Supreme Court to hear arguments on child pornography and Armed Career Criminal Act

Via Scotusblog

At 10 a.m, the Court is scheduled to hear oral argument in United States v. Williams, asking whether a federal ban on pandering material believed to be child pornography is unconstitutional.

At 11 a.m, the Court is scheduled to hear oral argument in Logan v. United States, asking whether the Armed Career Criminal Act exempts state convictions for which civil rights were not originally revoked.

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