Courthouse News Service  |  July 8, 2022

“The Supreme Court, in a way, they’ve set their own precedent and their own precedent is that no matter how settled stare decisis might be, it can be overturned with a blase disregard for the consequence,” Lawrence Gostin, faculty director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law and Georgetown Law, said in a phone interview.  “If you get really progressive members of the court, they may take this same exact view and then the Supreme Court becomes nothing more than a third political chamber.” 

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