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The Supreme Court delivered powerful lessons for Florida last week, some more important than rulings on the individual insurance mandate or local cops’ powers to check immigrants’ status. You’ll find the lessons in the deliberative sections and footnotes of Chief Justice John Roberts’ opinion on Obamacare (and in the news media’s initial failure to spot them). And in Justice Anthony Kennedy’s choice of sources and quotes for his order on immigration enforcement. Or in themes … Continue reading
In the history of the U.S. Supreme Court and the myriad cases and controversies that it has considered for more than two centuries, the most vexing cases often serve to define the legacy of the chief justice who presided when the matters were considered. Read more here: http://www.tallahassee.com/article/20120702/OPINION05/307020005/Chuck-Hobbs-Court-still-leaves-many-questions?odyssey=mod%7Cnewswell%7Cimg%7Cfrontpage%7Cp.