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A funny thing happened to Ohio on the way to judicial review

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It's an old legal axiom that not every bad law is unconstitutional. But you'd be forgiven if you thought that every unconstitutional law at least had a judicial remedy. That makes sense. Most people assume that constitutional claims, regardless of whether one agrees with a particular argument, can at least be heard by a federal court. But during the recent oral argument before the U.S. Supreme...

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