The LRC has released the eighth installment of its Judicial Scorecard, which is a two-year look back at the significant liability rulings of the Supreme Court and how the nine justices ruled. The results are interesting, if not alarming. Only one justice ruled consistent with the LRC’s position in at least 50 percent of the cases. Two justices received paltry scores in the teens. The rest are somewhere in the in middle. The rulings from this powerful branch of government warrant careful and consistent monitoring and the LRC will continue to do so.