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Two justices who are especially likely to have their views not reflected, and therefore must write dissenting opinions, are Sonia Sotomayor and Clarence Thomas.

Progress has been made in diversifying the Supreme Court - only white males served for more than 175 years, and the court now includes three female, one Black and one Latina justice - yet despite the increased diversity, the court’s voting rules often exclude minority viewpoints. Read more»