The Fourth-Best Reason to Overturn Roe




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Whither the Electoral College?The Supreme Court had its say on the matter during the always-eventful last week of the term. To repeat a contention often made in these columns, the High Court has evolved into an essentially political institution, robed in the judiciary's apolitical veneer. Given that we are a deeply divided nation, that the late-term cases are usually the most controversial, and that the four left-leaning justices - those appointed by Democratic presidents Clinton and Obama - tend to vote as a bloc in these cliffhanger rulings, one doesn't expect many 9-0 decisions when the calendar reaches late June (let alone July).Yet there it was on Monday: Chiafalo v. Washington. At...

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