The decision is understandable, as it is not fair to make judgments based on data forty years old.
The problem is that the next move is up to Congress, which will do what it does best: posture, preen, and do nothing. Whether this was the intention of the Court, the effect of the decision is that the act no longer exists, and is unlikely to ever be resurrected.
Jim Crowe drivers: Start your engines. It’s open season.