Now there's an unusual Supreme Court decision for you

|The Volokh Conspiracy |

Today's United States v. California is 112 pages long. Of those pages, 108 are coordinates defining "[t]he federal-state boundary lines," e.g.,

TO 384093.059 3685940.456
BY ARC CENTERED AT 378546.438 3686263.143
TO 383743.308 3684298.026
BY ARC CENTERED AT 378516.988 3686183.423
TO 382330.860 3682143.186
BY ARC CENTERED AT 378386.058 3686055.688
TO 381235.850 3681286.221
BY ARC CENTERED AT 377634.313 3685516.831

Fittingly, The Verge posts it in its "TL;DR" section. Thanks to Robert Dittmer for the pointer.

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