Commentary: After Scalia’s death, 3 ways the Supreme Court could change course on education reform
It seems fitting. In life, Antonin Scalia was perhaps the most influential and controversial jurist of the modern era. While his admirers cherished his powerful mind and his detractors considered him a bully or worse, virtually no one denied his impact over three decades on the United States Supreme Court. It therefore seems somehow appropriate that...
By Dmitri Mehlhorn | February 16, 2016 7:32 am