My wife and I landed in Washington, D.C., for the first time on June 7, 1965, searching for an apartment, and on that day the headlines were beaming the news: The Supreme Court had just opened a new era by proclaiming a constitutional right to contraception in Griswold v. Connecticut. While the case had been cast as a problem for withholding that freedom from married couples, it did not take long for it to be extended to everyone else.
Fast-forward a few decades: It’s March 2014, and I’m arriving at the Supreme Court to hear the oral argument in Burwell v. …
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