Judicial modesty is certainly a virtue. It prevents courts from casually overturning laws enacted by a duly elected Congress and substituting the wishes of unelected judges for the will of the voters. But acts of Congress are not acts of God, never to be questioned. If Democrats' congressional transgressions against voters don't justify the jettisoning of judicial modesty, writes Shikha Dalmia, then what does?
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