(Worthy News) - With just two weeks left in the month of June, the justices have yet to issue rulings in 24 cases, including high-profile decisions that will affect the census citizenship question and partisan gerrymandering.
The final stretch may also signal how the new conservative majority will rule on other major cases down the line, providing a glimpse of some of the issues the justices could take up when their next term starts in October.
The most anticipated decision will determine whether the Trump administration can add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. [ Source: The Hill (Read More...) ]
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