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July 14, 2014 7:00 AM

Leonard Pitts Jr.: The high court’s high-handedness on religious rulings

The malleability of the court’s logic suggests these rulings are based less in law than in the personal beliefs of the men on the tribunal. One gets the sense they chose the desired result first, then back-filled whatever “reasoning” would get them there.

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