How far can the state invade your privacy when you don’t appear to be doing anything illegal — when, in fact, you appear to be minding your own business? This week the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in two cases addressing that question. Both cases have the potential to greatly expand police power.

Both cases also have a nexus with the lowliest form of public transportation: buses. Can the justices relate?

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