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It does rather seem as if the effect of today's ruling is to schedule the case for an argument date that it will never reach, and to order the parties to brief a mootness question that will itself be moot, while ignoring the mootness question that will be more relevant in October.

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Making it work: Jewish arbitration and the Beth Din of America.

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"Congress imposed on the VA an affirmative duty to assist -- not impair -- veterans seeking evidence for their disability claims."

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Very rarely, suggests the Supreme Court in "Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer," which struck down the exclusion of religious institutions from a grant program aimed at installing rubber playground surfaces.

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The Court let part of the ban go into effect and scheduled the case for oral argument in the fall. Its reasoning potentially helps the administration on some issues, and the plaintiffs on others.

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Nazi-looted art, an interstate condom, and a little pushback on civil forfeiture.

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Powerful rhetoric from Justice Clarence Thomas (joined by Justice Neil Gorsuch).

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That's what his joining Justice Clarence Thomas's opinion in Peruta v. California suggests.

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Lower courts disagree on whether the Second Amendment secures law-abiding citizens' right to carry guns in most public places -- the Supreme Court has declined to resolve this disagreement for now.

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How religious arbitration is changing the American justice system.

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