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Aggrieved, senators probe limits of their power

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / September 14, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Senators from both parties yesterday denounced the Supreme Court's recent history of striking down laws Congress had passed, taking advantage of John G. Roberts Jr.'s confirmation hearing -- the first since the court began challenging the lawmakers' power a decade ago -- to fight back. (Full article: 893 words)

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