On Oct. 2 of last year, the second day of the Supreme Court’s term, the justices heard arguments in a major separation-of-powers case, Gundy v. United States.

The questions from the bench came fast and furious. But once the arguments were over, the court’s handling of the case has been anything but fast. It’s been 247 days since the argument, and the court has yet to issue its opinion as it nears the end of the current term.

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