The Journal analyzes the Supreme Court's tendency to "federalism jurisprudence." In particular, the story sheds light on the court's decision to strike down a provision of the Violence Against Women Act, which most states have endorsed. The struck down provision, known as Morrison, was "stemming from a suit by Christy Brzonkala against two Virginia Tech football players whom she accused of raping her."
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