Last night's presidential debate, the final of three, was the first to devote a significant portion of the discussion to the future of the Supreme Court. And thankfully, SCOTUS came first, meaning the dialogue remained largely coherent, if not always on point.
This debate probably won't be remembered for its fights over D.C. v. Heller or ruminations on the Senate's role in the Supreme Court nomination process. But it did have some points worth noting. Here are our highlights.