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In other action Tuesday, the Supreme Court:

• Accepted a case involving the legality of a drunken-driving blood test taken by police in Missouri without a warrant.

• Decided to rule on the extent of federal driver’s license privacy laws in a South Carolina case.

• Agreed to hear a medical-malpractice lawsuit brought by a Guam man.

• Took a case on the time limits for federal prosecution on security-fraud charges.

• Upheld West Virginia’s congressional-redistricting plan in an unsigned opinion reversing a lower court’s rejection of the plan.

• Granted a hearing in a case filed by a federal prison inmate in Pennsylvania over sexual assault and other abuses in prison.

This article is based in part on wire-service reports.