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Friday, June 25, 2021


Ted F

If someone thought that two years ago, they didn’t read Spokeo (where Breyer and Kagan were in the majority, and Thomas set out a concurrence rejecting the reasoning) and Thomas’s dissent in Frank v Gaos, where all four liberals refused to opine on standing.

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