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“The Supreme Court Is Being Hypocritical”

Gabe Roth NYT oped: So went another case in what I call the court’s self-referential docket. Each year, the justices hear a handful of suits that have parallels with how they act as stewards of their institution. But instead of … Continue reading ?
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