After a morning considering the First Amendment rights of a junior varsity cheerleader cut from her team over a profane social media post, the U.S. Supreme Court picked up PennEast Pipeline v. New Jersey at noon Wednesday.

The high court turned on a dime from Snapchat to sovereignty of the federal government, from in-school speech to in rem actions—those pertaining to things instead of people—from rights of passage to rights of condemnation, from teens to the takings clause, from the Fifth Amendment right to just compensation for seizure of private property.

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