Supreme Court quell Obama decisions

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Two decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court in recent days should quell President  Obama’s use of executive orders to try to side-step Congress in doing what he wants to do regardless of how lawmakers feel on certain issues.
There is a reason for the three branches to government – checks and balances – and although I don’t always  agree with decisions handed down by the Supreme Court, it seems they got it right on these two rulings 
 
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