Why We Saw a Split Decision on the Biden Vaccine Mandates

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(Molly Riley/Reuters)
It’s about separation of powers: The executive may not exercise powers Congress has not given.




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’m sure the thing you most desire at the moment must be more analysis from the guy who, after carefully studying the Biden mandate cases for a couple of weeks, just got finished telling you we probably wouldn’t get a decision for another week or three. Yes, yes, I know: The ink was not yet dry on my post when the Supreme Court issued its two rulings.

But at least I was half right, and, though off on the timing, I did not misguide you on the important thing — the substance. We got the split decision that, a couple of …

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