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_creationDateDatetimeJuly 20, 2022 2:47:24 PM
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SourcePageBloomberg View
DateDateJune 24, 2022
URLURLhttps://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2022-06-24/supreme-court-abortion-ruling-in-dobbs-is-institutional-suicide
QuoteTextIt is no exaggeration to say that the Dobbs decision, written by Justice Samuel Alito and joined by four other conservatives, is an act of institutional suicide for the Supreme Court. The legitimacy of the modern court depends on its capacity to protect the vulnerable by limiting how the majority can infringe on basic rights to liberty and equality. The Dobbs majority not only takes the court out of that business. It holds that the court should never have expanded the protection of liberty and equality in the first place.
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Ending Roe Is Institutional Suicide for Supreme Court by Noah Feldman (Bloomberg View, June 24, 2022) (view)

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