The fact of the matter is that the federal powers in the constitution are limited and states do have considerably more rights because they are granted privileges and rights not otherwise designated to the federal government. We are the 'united states' after all - for a reason.Pretty much any ruling in favor of recognizing state's rights as well as the limits on federal power
This is just the way the Constitution was written - this is how the pie was sliced and it's done for good reason.
It's not really the SCOTUS's fault that they have to take what is already in the Constitution and spell it out again for the President and Congress to take note because they don't care.Anything too that upholds anything plainly stated in the Constitution.
Don't hate the Scotus for the faults of the Bureaucracies, Legislature and the Executive branches - the Scotus often is the only sanity and control we have on the Hill.