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U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court met in the Capitol Building from 1801 until its own building was completed and occupied in 1935. An additional building, named for Thurgood Marshall, opened in 1992 to house agencies that support the work of the U.S. Federal Courts.

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