Whether it’s end of term fatigue, frayed patience or tempers, the four decisions Wednesday by the U.S. Supreme Court featured an unusual number of multiple opinions by justices and a rare jab by Justice Elena Kagan at Chief Justice John Roberts Jr.

There were 11 separate opinions in addition to the four lead opinions and most of the justices had something to say even in cases where the court was unanimous or nearly unanimous.

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