There is finally an explanation for why DC Dicta recently needed a new, stronger prescription for eyeglasses: opinions from the U.S. Supreme Court are longer than ever. The New York Times reports that last term, the median length of a majority opinion was 4,751 words - a new record, according to the number-crunching political scientists. When ...
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