The US Supreme Court is back in session today and this year's decisions could be just a controversial as those of last year. The Court closed last year's session with the dramatic, final-day approval of President Obama's Affordable Care Act — with Chief Justice John Roberts joining his four liberal colleagues for the first time in a 5-to-4 decision. Three days before that, it struck down most of Arizona's anti-immigrant law. Georgetown University Law Professor David Cole asks, "What will they do for an encore?"
Supreme Court Returns to the Bench
- David D. Cole - American Civil Liberties Union / Georgetown University - @DavidColeACLU