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Posted Mon Oct 21 2013: from Bloomberg:
Roberts Court Cloaks Activism in Complexity
To understand the U.S. Supreme Court's order on greenhouse-gas regulations, I had to read it three times -- and I'm a law professor. The complication isn't a coincidence. It's the very essence of the imprint that Chief Justice John Roberts is putting on the court. As its ninth term clicks into gear, the Roberts court has finally developed something like an identity of its own. It avoids highly activist conservative headlines that would drive Democrats to the polls. At the same time, behind a screen of legal complexity, it achieves significant conservative objectives.
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