The stakes in the current U.S. Supreme Court term rose even higher Friday as the justices agreed to review two major cases involving “faithless electors” in the electoral college and the Trump administration’s effort to expand an exemption from the contraceptive insurance requirement in the Affordable Care Act.

The high court agreed to hear three disputes that involve six cases. The addition of the cases could be the final ones added to the argument docket, given the usual mid-January cutoff for the term.

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