Sounds like they are completely ignoring a supreme court decision.
Isn’t that contempt of court? and punishable as such?
In every jurisdiction with which I am familiar, 'contempt of court' is cited ONLY when there is either 1) a direct act of disrespect in court to a trial judge or panel of judges, 2) a direct act of disrespect to a judge or judges in camera, as for instance in a judge' chambers when opposing counsel is present, or 3) less enforceable in most jurisdictions, but still present on many states' books, a direct act of disrespect outside the courtroom, but which is unmistakeably directed to/at a trial judge, as for instance counsel walking out of the courtroom onto the steps of the courts building and calling a press conference and stating (say) that the judge is an incompetent piece of crap who has been bought off.
This last example is more and more problematic for courts (for whom I shed exactly NO tears), because of more and more civil actions for malfeasance and/or extrajudicial behavious occurring. (Awwwww, poor babies, eh?)
I may well have missed something, but ignoring a supreme court decision will never, I should imagine, involve contempt of court -- possibly excepting such an action by a igh official of the executive or legislative branch -- because 1) the requirement of directness, and 2) because goobermint putzes in the courts, whether in the executive or legislative branch, haven't the stomach to try to bring a contempt of court action against another branch of the goobermint.
Me? I sit quietly and have contempt for the whole lot, judiciary included.