REPORT: Supreme Court session begins without ill conservative justice
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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was reportedly absent from the bench Monday as the court reconvened for its new term.
Chief Justice John Roberts said in his opening remarks that Thomas was “indisposed” due to an illness but said the conservative judge would still be participating in deciding the three cases the court is hearing arguments about, according to Reuters.
The article goes on to state the following:
Thomas, 71, was appointed to the court in 1991. He is the longest-serving justice on the court and one of its most conservative justices.
Specific details on Thomas’s illness was not provided.
Justice Clarence Thomas was absent from the bench as the Supreme Court officially began its new term. At the open of proceedings, Chief Justice John Roberts said Thomas “was unable to be present today” and is “indisposed because of illness.” @ABCPolitics
— Devin Dwyer (@devindwyer) October 7, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) October 7, 2019
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