The Supreme Court handed down five rulings this morning, which leaves six more to go, including the two marriage equality cases and the Voting Rights Act case. At the end of the session, the chief justice announced that there would be another session tomorrow at 10 am. But that likely won’t be the last one either. The chief justice usually makes an announcement at the end of the next-to-last session but did not do so, which likely means there will be another session after tomorrow. So look for those rulings tomorrow morning, Wednesday or Thursday. Whenever they come out, I’ll certainly have many things to say about them.
When to Expect the Marriage Rulings
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