This is the final week of argument for the U.S. Supreme Court with four cases left on the docket and dozens more still to be decided. The week also marks the last time Justice John Paul Stevens is expected to hear arguments with his fellow justices.

Stevens is scheduled to sit for his last oral argument Wednesday in Doe v. Reed, one of the term’s most controversial challenges. In Doe, the justices will examine a First Amendment speech and privacy challenge to the release of names on petitions for a Washington state referendum on repealing a gay rights law.

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