The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday announced it will postpone its two-week April oral argument session scheduled to begin April 20.

“The court will consider rescheduling some cases from the March and April sessions before the end of the term, if circumstances permit in light of public health and safety guidance at that time,” the court said in a statement. “The court will consider a range of scheduling options and other alternatives if arguments cannot be held in the courtroom before the end of the term.” The term traditionally ends in June each year.

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