Ahlin: Rulings were unanimous, but one was inconsistent
Just when we thought every Supreme Court decision issued from an ideologically divided bench would be 5-4, the decisions this past week on searching cellphones for criminal activity and for determining the legality of abortion clinic buffer zones were not split at all. It was as if the justices all bellied up to the great American legal bar to swill the same Kool-Aid.
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