When the U.S. Supreme Court returns to the bench Monday, June 29, it will be the last sitting before its summer recess—and the only day of the term when the public can be relatively sure which rulings will be announced.

By process of elimination, it is clear that only three pending cases remain to be decided, and the names of those cases are known: Glossip v. Gross, an Oklahoma death penalty case; Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission, a redistricting case; and Michigan v. EPA, a Clean Air Act challenge. On very rare occasions, the court will put a case over to the next term for re-argument, but chance are high that all three of the decisions will be issued Monday.

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