A child-welfare class action, a football arbitration challenge, state immigration “sanctuary” laws, job discrimination charges and religious advertising are some of the petitions awaiting the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday as it carries on its business in the coronavirus era.

The Supreme Court’s iconic building in Washington, across from the U.S. Capitol, may be closed and March arguments temporarily suspended but the justices will engage in one of their easier logistical tasks—discussing pending petitions seeking the magic four votes for review next term.

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