Finding a replacement for Judge Antonin Scalia

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ST. LOUS, MO. (KTVI)- The death of Justice Antonin Scalia leaves the Supreme Court tied with four liberals and four conservatives.

The intention of the Republican lead Senate may force the Supreme Court to operate that way for more than a year, as they count on a Republican president.

President Obama has vowed to fulfill his Constitutional duty, but what happens until then? Greg Magarian, a law professor at Washington University spoke with us this morning to outline the possible outcomes.


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