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The Supreme Court usually only accepts a writ of certiorari when:

A. they have a light case load and can take a few extra cases.
B. there is a significant point of law to consider.
C. two members of the Court feel it is important to hear a particular case.
D. a case of civil liberties is at issue.

I think it's B?

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