Why We Saw a Split Decision on the Biden Vaccine Mandates

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


’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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