May 24 (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court said on Monday it would decide a number of cases next term, including disputes involving religion and automaker liability over seat belts. The justices said they would hear arguments in the following cases during their upcoming term that begins in October: -- An appeal by Arizona defending a 13-year-old law that provides state income tax credit for donations for private school scholarships. A U.S. appeals court ruled that certain Arizona ...
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