U.S. Braces for Historic Supreme Court Decisions
There is little hope that the liberal court will uphold conservative values.
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This week the Supreme Court will hand down four decisions that will mark a turning point for the United States, and some possible outcomes could even change the course of this country for the rest of our national existence.
The High Court heard 75 cases this year. As this week begins, 64 have been decided, meaning the final 11 will come down this week as the Court concludes its 2012 Term. Seven are run-of-the-mill cases, but the other four are as big as they get.
In terms of turning points, there are two major cases involving race. It’s also noteworthy that both cases were argued by the constitutional law firm Wiley Rein, specifically two of that firm’s partners: Burt Rein and Will Consovoy.