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4/2/12: Decision Making and the US Supreme Court

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By Doug Fabrizio

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4/2/12: Decision Making and the US Supreme Court

Salt Lake City, Utah – With oral arguments on the Affordable Care Act complete, now comes the wait for the Supreme Court decision expected this summer. Some observers think the justices' tough questions mean defeat for the White House. But can you predict an outcome based on justices' behavior? Scholar Timothy Johnson has analyzed thousands of cases, and he's developed a model to do just that. Monday he joins us to explain what this historic case can teach us about how the Supreme Court works.

  • Timothy Johnson, Oral Arguments and Decision Making on the United States Supreme Court (SUNY Series in American Constitutionalism)

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