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Editorial: Day could come when Supreme Court rulings openly defied

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

The breakdown of U.S. Supreme Court legitimacy may already have begun as the public perception of the court morphs from one of respectful observances of the law as interpreted by the nation's top judicial scholars to a view of them as little more than political hacks in black robes. Various states are on record openly defying Congress by effectively ignoring federal legislative mandates. It could be just a matter of time before defiance of the Supreme Court follows the same track.
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