As June arrived, the buzz was a Supreme Court ruling would be forthcoming this month, probably on a Monday. A couple of weeks passed, but no ruling was made.
Now we’re getting down to the wire, as the Supreme Court adjourns at the end of June. According to a story in today’s Anchorage (Alaska) Daily News http://www.adn.com/front/story/441828.html , if a ruling isn’t issued by the end of June, there’s a possibility — however slim — that salmon fishermen may have to wait another year before the verdict is rendered.
Super. It’s been reported that 6,000 of the original plaintiffs have died during the years of legal wrangling over the punitive damages sum. But, hey, what’s another year if you’ve waited this long, right?
Well, here’s hoping that we’ll finally have a verdict on Monday that will lead to checks getting cut for all those who have suffered and endured over these many years. But in the words of Tom Petty, the waiting is the hardest part. Surely Job would agree.