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I have elaborated on the holdings in this case in the article. The Court made a very distinct differentiation between arguments about constitutionality and all other arguments, resulting in two separate holdings. Yours, Famspear 22:21, 25 July 2006 (UTC)
Perhaps someone with more credibility on this site than myself would be willing to add a section discussing Justice Scalia's concerns mentioned in his concurring opinion. He agreed with the holding, but disagreed rather strongly about the disallowance of the constitutionality arguments.