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Lobbying the Supreme Court?

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The Hill reports on plans inside the Beltway to try and do so over Obamacare, but it really cannot be done.

“Corporations, unions, trade groups and advocates are expected to spend millions of dollars over the next few months trying to shape the court’s thinking on whether the law’s individual mandate is constitutional,” writes Julien Pecquet in today’s edition.

Hard to imagine any attempt more fraught with unintended consequences than a campaign aimed at influencing the Court except via briefs. When Justice Breyer came to my studio this fall, there were two ground rules for the extended interview: No discussions of politics or current cases. Justice Breyer, like the other justices I have met or known, is among the most affable of men, but I don’t doubt he or they would react very negatively to any attempt to push them one way or the other except via the briefs and the arguments.

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