Despite a traditionally diverse excessive courtroom, its voting rules often fail to include minority viewpoints. That could be averted if justices determined their cases by unanimous vote. Journalists and whistleblowers are being targeted by expensive lawsuits to stop them working. Critics of recent terrorism laws argue they don’t essentially eradicate hate-fuelled violence — and so they may make structural and institutional violence appear more palatable. Campaigners in opposition to ecocide are calling for it to become an international crime. The courtroom appears break up over the way ahead for vaccination mandates, with conservative justices skeptical of the Biden administration’s authority to enforce requirements.
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