Baseball has its opening day and so does the U.S. Supreme Court. But there hasn’t been one quite as chaotic in the high court’s pressroom as Monday’s start of the October 2014 term.

On schedule at 9:30 a.m., the public information staff handed out the paper “orders” list to reporters who crowded into the main office. Because the justices had granted review in 11 new cases last week in an early orders list, no new grants were expected, only denials of review in hundreds of cases filed throughout the summer months.

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