I know Linda Greenhouse, the former U.S. Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times, is no longer up on the Hill doing day-to-day coverage of the high court, but I’m so pleased to occasionally see her cogent and insightful pieces about its work. Her columns always seem to capture the weight and importance of the justices and their role in a vibrant and equitable democracy. Today’s piece about the U.S. Census question case is a reminder that the Court is still made up of individuals who need to leave their party affiliations and personal passions at the door. Too much is at stake not to.