There is a calm-before-the-storm quality to the two-week cycle of Supreme Court oral arguments and decisions that begins Feb. 22.

The most tumultuous cases of the term — prayer at Texas football games, gays in the Boy Scouts, partial-birth abortion, the Massachusetts law against doing business with Burma, the federal arson law — loom later on the docket. Those cases will be argued in March or April.

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