Courthouse News Service  |  January 21, 2022

“Like any group of nine people, there will be both warmth and rancor, which are normal and expected,” Lawrence Gostin, a professor at Georgetown Law, said in an email. “The bigger issue by far is the cavernous divide among the justices about the constitution, statutory construction, and the role of compassion and justice in their adjudications.” 

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