The Supreme Court handed down six opinions this morning and granted review in three others. You can find the opinions here and the orders list here.

The Court also released the calender for March. It will hear only one case per day for each of the six hearing days. In April, the Court will likely hear two cases per day for a total of 12 cases.


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