In the weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court announced its ruling in the “Obamacare” case, as much attention was paid to the leaks surrounding the decision as to the decision itself. In a report that stunned official Washington, CBS reporter Jan Crawford revealed confidential information about the internal deliberations of the justices regarding the pending case — information that detailed not only Chief Justice John Roberts Jr.’s last-minute decision to join his liberal colleagues in upholding the constitutionality of the legislation, but also the lobbying efforts by the conservative justices to win back the chief justice’s vote. In short, the leaked information represented one of the more significant breaches of confidentiality in the history of the modern Supreme Court.
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