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Scalia: There’s no pouting on the SCOTUS

Justice Antonin Scalia told NPR’s Nina Totenberg that people should not believe that divided Supreme Court rulings, like the one in the health care law decision, causes hard feelings among the justices.

“That’s just not the way justices of the Supreme Court behave, going into pouts. I mean that — it’s absurd,” Scalia told Totenberg. “If you can’t disagree even vehemently on the law without taking it personally and getting angry at the person, you ought to look for another job.”

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