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Commentary: Kennedy's final opinion was a last stand for the decent Republican Party that put him on the Supreme Court

We now know that Justice Anthony M. Kennedy's concurrence in the travel ban case, Trump vs. Hawaii, was a valediction. But a valediction for what?

In the final opinion of his 30-year Supreme Court tenure, and his 43-year federal judicial career, Kennedy made two main points as he added nuance to the court's decision that President Donald Trump has wide latitude to bar citizens from entering the United States.

The first was to note that government officials can and do

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