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The U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. July 22, 2019.

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse doesn’t like the Supreme Court’s Knick v. Township of Scott decision. (See “Why the ‘Knick’ Ruling Signals a New Day,” NLJ August 2019.) Why? And why should we care about a five-month-old Supreme Court decision? Answer: because he misunderstands what the court did and denigrates the decision as a plot by a cabal of right-wing jurists (he calls them “the Roberts Five”). He could not be more wrong.

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