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BREAKING: SCOTUS Announces Split Decision on Arizona Law, Obamacare Waits

gagknee Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 3:14 PM
6. St. Louis, MO (26.8%) Hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1949. 7. El Paso, TX (26.4%) Has never had a Republican mayor. 8. Milwaukee, WI (26.2%) Hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1908. 9. Philadelphia, PA (25.1%) Hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1952. 10. Newark, NJ (24.2%) Hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1907.

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Major decision not announced today: Obamacare.  So Thursday it is, apparently.  Multiple court-watchers are suggesting that based on the rundown of which associate justices authored this session's decisions to date, it's very likely that Chief Justice Roberts will write the majority healthcare decision.  Make of that what you will.  Since he's a right-leaning jurist, this could be very good news for Obamacare opponents.  On the other hand, there's a school of thought that if the majority has voted to uphold the law, Roberts would want to exercise his prerogative to craft the opinion, perhaps to limit its scope. ...