Chief Justice John Roberts Jr., in what observers said was his first solo dissent in an argued case, leveled unusually sharp criticism on his fellow justices for risking a “radical extension of judicial power” in a religious speech ruling Monday.

“The court sees no problem with turning judges into advice columnists,” Roberts wrote in the case Uzuegbunam v. Presczewski.

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