Justices say any rifts are temporary

Some on Court predict health care scars will heal by the fall.

, The National Law Journal

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Members of the U.S. Supreme Court predict that any rifts among justices in the wake of the landmark health care decision are likely to heal quickly and that collegiality will return when the Court reconvenes for its next term.

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  • Mike

    Scars are the end result of healing. Sometimes scars can be modified. Most of the time they become a constant, persistant, reminder of the injury that caused them.

  • M. Curry

    "... voted with the Court's moderate-liberal members after initially siding with his conservative colleagues...." -- I think you need to revise this phrase from your story to drop the "moderate -" --- unless, of course, you wish to have your bias on continued display.

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