The Supreme Court was off to a slow start this term until Wednesday when it issued four major opinions — on issues ranging from criminal law to federalism to the environment.

The biggest surprise of the day may have been Reno v. Condon, in which the justices finally found a federal law they liked: the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act (DPPA), which bars states from releasing personal license information to the public.

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