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Chief justice offers advice at middle-school commencement

Lyle Denniston, far left, holds court with Chief Justice John Roberts, far right, in the fall of 2005. (Supreme Court photo)

Lyle Denniston, far left, holds court with Chief Justice John Roberts, far right, in the fall of 2005.
(Supreme Court photo)

Welcome to Monday, the 39th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court upholding the Federal Communications Commission’s prohibition on George Carlin’s seven “filthy words.”

Here are some news items to get your week started.

— The chief justice has advice for young teenagers — and for the rest of us.

— Enjoy your well-earned retirement, Lyle Denniston.

— Can attorney-client privilege be protected at Guantanamo Bay?

— Federal immigration policy places county attorney in bind.

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