With its blockbuster health care, immigration and other high-profile decisions, the U.S. Supreme Court’s last term would seem hard to rival, but the new term may do just that.

“The Supreme Court has a series of cases on the docket and potentially more to come that promise to make this another high-profile, landmark year,” said Adam Winkler of the University of California at Los Angeles School of Law.

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