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Live blog of orders and opinions | June 20, 2016

  • There has been a lot of discussion about the pace at which the Court is granting cases for next Term. So far the Court has granted 16 cases for argument next Term. The inimitable Lyle Denniston has told us that, at comparable points last Term, it was 23, and in the term before, 24. So there is definitely a slowdown compared with prior Terms. But the Justices do not appear to be behind on deciding their current merits cases.
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