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Supreme Court question (1 Viewer)

Which scenario would you rather see?

  • 5-4 decision that helps your policy position

    Votes: 7 41.2%
  • 9-0 decision that hinders your policy position

    Votes: 10 58.8%

  • Total voters
    17

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Hm, probably a good decision that changes my view even if 5-4. I thought the ACA mandate decision was fascinating, I still do. The USSC set a limit on the commerce clause. I absolutely totally agree with that. And the USSC said the government can (almost) do whatever the hell it wants with the tax amendment. I hated it, but you know what, Roberts was right.

A case I hated was the McDonnell decision. Still the absolute worst, most damaging decision for campaign finance reform. Few people care. 9-0, maybe that’s why. The court was is and will always be wrong on that case.

 
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Hm, probably a good decision that changes my view even if 5-4. I thought the ACA mandate decision was fascinating, I still do. The USSC set a limit on the commerce clause. I absolutely totally agree with that. And the USSC said the government can (almost) do whatever the hell it wants with the tax amendment. I hated it, but you know what, Roberts was right.

A case I hated was the McDonnell decision. Still the absolute worst, most damaging decision for campaign finance reform. Few people care. 9-0, maybe that’s why. The court was is and will always be wrong on that case.
The decision was right based on a poorly written law. The court was right--the law needs to be changed.

 

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