What are state supreme courts?

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The Constitution of the United States simply establishes a Supreme Court. The judicial power includes cases arising under the Constitution, to treaties between the United States and
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In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, seven justices
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Not very likely I would think. Ultimately I don't see how it's in the best interest of the people making the decisions. Montana (and a few other states) are likely far enough away
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