Sentence of the Day: Court Must Rule on Whether Court Can Rule


From my colleague Pema Levy:

Sometime in the next few months, the state Supreme Court is likely to rule on whether the legislature has the right to strip the Supreme Court of its administrative authority.

Well, I guess someone has to do it. You will perhaps be unsurprised to learn that this sentence refers to Kansas.

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