Friday, October 2, 2015
Monday, June 29, 2015
*When a Supreme Court decision is outside the context of Constitutionally enumerated authority that abrogates states' soveriegn authorities, a state has such right by Constitution to nullify such decisions.*
The court expects the acceptance (and acquiescence) of its decisions by states as obligatory and as past practice by the states.
It is appropriate in decisions extra-constitutional and non-contitutional, that states expect the court to accept (and acquiesce), thus, to declinations by sole authority of such decisions.