WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court returns to the bench Monday to begin its 1993-94 term, a session that could reshape federal-state relations and affect the amount of tax money that flows into state treasuries.

The justices already have agreed to review a host of cases of interest to municipal governments, including a series of environmental disputes. And as early as Monday they may agree to hear oral arguments in others.

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