Justices Should Focus On Property Rights In Union Case

Law360 (May 3, 2021, 4:13 PM EDT) -- Following oral argument this March in Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid, veteran U.S. Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse wondered in a New York Times op-ed "whether, after years of disappointment, the political right may finally be able to take the Supreme Court for granted."[1]

That is a dangerous question to raise — or suggestion to make. No one should ever take any court, but particularly the Supreme Court, "for granted." Judges are simply not that predictable, especially conservative ones.

Presumably, this is Greenhouse's subtle way of suggesting that a court comprised of six supposed conservatives and three avowed liberals could be...

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