Merrick Garland: ‘Most Personally Rewarding Experiences of My Career’ Have Been Tutoring Students

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<p>Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland told graduates at the Niles West High School in Illinois on Sunday&nbsp;&ndash; his alma mater &ndash; that they should devote some part of their lives to public service, adding that &ldquo;the most personally rewarding&rdquo; part of his career has been the 18 years he spent tutoring students in reading and math.</p>

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