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How lack of cooperation for a Supreme Court nomination is hurting the justice system

(03/31/16 5:44pm)

The Supreme Court only has eight justices sitting right now, which means split decisions – like the one handed down on Tuesday about union dues – will likely become a more common occurrence. When a decision is split, the case moves back to the lower court and the ruling of the lower court stands – as if the Supreme Court didn’t even see it.