The uncertainty surrounding U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation may already be affecting the court’s docket for the term that begins on Oct. 1.

Last week, the court pulled several high-profile cases off the list that the justices were scheduled to consider today at the court’s so-called long conference. That is when the justices evaluate hundreds of petitions filed over the summer to decide whether grant review in the coming term.

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