By Bill Wilson
The die has been cast. By now, the Supreme Court has voted on all aspects of Florida v. The Department of Health and Human Services, the majority and dissenting opinions all assigned.
But nobody will know the result until on or about July 4, when the Court traditionally releases its most controversial decision of the term.
What they have done, however, is not in question. They will, in the long tradition of the nation’s fourth Chief Justice John Marshall, “say what the law is.” Ultimately, whatever the outcome is, the Court’s decision must be accepted. … Continue Reading