Our colleague Stuart Gerson of Epstein Becker Green has a new post on SCOTUS Today that will be of interest to our readers: “A Placid Beginning to the Last Month of the Term.”

The following is an excerpt:

This morning begins what many are anticipating to be an exciting last month of the 2020 term. Among other things, we expect to find out about the continued viability of the Affordable Care Act, and several First Amendment matters, including the extent to which religious expression trumps antidiscrimination laws, and the ability of a school to sanction off-campus speech. These matters could produce divisive results. However, the month appears to be starting peacefully, with two unanimous opinions in cases that have not had Court watchers sitting at the edge of their seats.

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