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Summer SCOTUS Orders

Today the U.S. Supreme Court issued the last of its three summer orders lists.  As expected, it was routine stuff.

The "long conference," at which the Court considers the big stack of petitions that have built up over the summer, is set for Monday, September 29.  We can expect an orders list with the petitions granted the next day.  A long orders list of petitions denied will follow on the official opening day of the term, the First Monday in October, which is the 6th.

The Cert Pool has the list.  It's 1566 cases.  They aren't kidding about "long."

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