Ben Johnson is an associate professor of law at Penn State Law where he teaches Corporate Law, Law & Finance, and Federal Courts. His multimethodological research focuses on how judges make decisions, the consequences of judicial decision-making, and the normative implications of judicial processes.
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Congress gave the Court power to pick cases, but it never gave the power to pick questions.
The Court doesn't decide cases; it only answers discrete questions, but it hasn't always been that way.