As the liberal justices repeated often during oral argument, for centuries, when an individual’s rights were violated, the courthouse doors have always been open to them to remedy those rights. It didn’t matter whether the rights were created by common law (think torts and property rights) or by a legislative body (think statutory rights). Rights are rights and when they are trampled on that’s a real injury to an individual.

In this clip, you’ll hear Chief Justice Roberts try to come up with new distinctions in harms you might suffer from having your rights violated, distinctions that Consovoy, attorney for Robins, points out have never existed before.