The current term is history, so what’s up for the Supreme Court’s next term, which begins Oct. 6? More cases, heard more quickly, and possibly decided with more division among the justices than the term just ended.

The Court has already granted review in enough cases to fill 43 hours of oral argument, allowing Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. to hasten the argument calendar, and making it likely that the Court will decide more cases with signed opinions after argument than this term’s 67, the lowest number in more than 50 years.

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