John Roberts and Samuel Alito own shares of companies that could score billions in tax relief from the outcome of Moore v. United States.
During this live event, the Lever team and paid subscribers discussed the troubling legacy of SCOTUS Chief Justice John Roberts.
The Supreme Court’s chief justice was once eager to strip away power from a liberal judiciary. Now, he’s guarding the high court’s power.
While Roberts was being praised as a hero, his court’s recent ruling just helped Wall Street giants stomp on thousands of public-sector workers and retirees in one of America’s poorest states.
When Roberts was nominated in '05, few focused on his business fealty, but he was appointed because he represented corporate clients aiming to transform the court — which is exactly what he's doing.