Tony Mauro is reporting that Solicitor General may wait until next term to argue her first case before the Supreme Court. It had been reported earlier that she might argue for the first time in the landmark Voting Rights Act case, Northwest Austin Municipal Utility District v. Holder. Mauro is now reporting that Neal Katyal will argue for the government.
Published by Kedar S. Bhatia April 14th, 2009 in Elena Kagan, Oral Arguments, State Courts
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