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Report exposes ease of access to schmooze Supreme Court justices

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Alex Wagner points out that a recent New York Times report about an Evangelical anti-abortion lobbyist befriending Supreme Court Justice Sam Alito and receiving early notice of the Court's ruling in the Hobby Lobby case, also highlights how the Supreme Court Historical Society has been used as a means of getting access to and hobnobbing with Supreme Court justices.