9 Supreme Court Justices Magnet Set

9 Supreme Court Justices Magnet Set

I think everyone needs a set of these (but I'd settle for every law student having one). It's a magnet set of the Supreme Court justices. You might be asking why I think everyone should have a set of these. Beyond their fun marker styling, it's good to be reminded of those nine people. And what better way then to see them on your refrigerator every morning!

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