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Supreme Court could continue without Scalia

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Pete Williams, NBC News justice correspondent, explains that the Supreme Court could continue hearing cases without Antonin Scalia's position filled, making it an eight-person body with cases on subjects ranging from abortion to immigration waiting to be heard.