While the U.S. Supreme Court is cranking out decisions this month and next, the justices also will continue building a docket for the next term and find plenty of fodder, including petitions that involve the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law’s “anti-spoofing” provision, judicial “takings” and gun rights.

Here are some next-term “hopefuls” that the justices considered Thursday during their most recent conference. The court is back on the bench Monday with orders and decisions.

A “spoofing” challenge under Dodd-Frank.

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