While it will likely be a couple of months before the Supreme Court issues its opinion in Murthy v. Missouri (f/k/a Missouri v. Biden), there are snippets from the oral argument last Monday that linger in the air. 

Most notable, in my view, was Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’s concern that the Plaintiffs’ position (namely, that the government shouldn’t be working hand-in-glove with social media platforms to censor opinions and users who disagree with government policy) might “hamstring”…


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