Roberts' Switch on Health Care Signals a Leaky Supreme Court

In the third and least covered branch of government, secrecy is a hallmark. Supreme Court justices rarely explain how they arrive at their votes, and when they do, it's usually long after they've left the bench, or even in papers released after they've died. In the case of the Roberts court, that precedent might be broken. Not four days after the court handed down its decision upholding President Obama's health care law — a case that falls into the "monumental" category even by Supreme Court...Full Story
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