This case (and the SCOTUS refusal to hear) came up just last night at an anti Common Core meeting and lecture. I am relieved to learn of this development. I was very depressed on hearing the news that SCOTUS would not give these folks a hearing.
Maybe SCOTUS just gets sick of being blamed, though they do deserve it many times, as we know.
This is such an easy case. Someone with some hatred for goodness was just going to keep saying no until it became so obvious the contrast that this case would present even to the stupidest of dem voters.
The photo image of the group of natl. Sec staff at the table with BO yesterday comes to mind.
Stubborn and unmerciful reflects in the faces of the negotiators.
Honestly, I don’t think it is the Court’s duty to bail them out - we always rail against activist courts on this site, and here’s a case in which proper restraint was exercised.
Mind you, I’m very pleased at this (Stunning) development - and I’m now just hoping that whoever stuck their neck out at DHS can make the decision stand up.