The Supreme Court is approaching the home stretch in its dash to end the current term, and it’s a period when the big pending decisions start to emerge. But not this morning.

None of the marquee cases that would make big headlines were handed down, so we’ll have to wait for Thursday, when the Court will sit again, for the likes of Bilski v. Kappos (on business method patents), McDonald v. Chicago (on the Second Amendment and local firearm regulation), Christian Legal Society v. Martinez (on First Amendment rights for religious clubs at state universities) or the trio of “honest services” fraud cases of keen interest to white collar crime law aficionados.

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