With its landmark decisions on health care and immigration, the Roberts Court extricated itself from one of the most politically charged terms in decades.

Some commentators called the health care ruling, in particular, “a defining moment,” a “moment of truth” and a “step back from the brink.” Whatever the label, a conservative chief justice and his more liberal colleagues moved toward each other in surprising ways that kept the Court from becoming a major political issue from now until the November election.

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