The headline Supreme Court decisions came fast and sometimes furious in June: Gitmo Detainees Get Habeas! No Death Penalty for Child Rapists! Exxon Valdez Punis Slashed! And on its final day in session, June 26, the biggest headline yet: An Individual Right to Bear Arms!

All four produced sharp splits (three were 5-4, and Exxon was 5-3 because of Justice Samuel Alito Jr.’s recusal.) Conservatives and liberals won two apiece.

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