Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Report: Justice Roberts also wrote the dissenting opinion

Paul Campos writes at Salon.com:
My source insists that “most of the material in the first three quarters of the joint dissent was drafted in Chief Justice Roberts’ chambers in April and May.”
Something about the health care case made me terribly uneasy when the decision and opinions were revealed last week. Court decisions are supposed to follow logic and law, but something seems terribly out of place with what happened here.

I wonder how Chief Justice Roberts is enjoying Malta. HuffPo has a couple of photos shot after his arrival. 

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