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On Tuesday, the court issued orders from its February 17 conference. It granted certiorari in Class v. United States. On Wednesday, the court released its opinions in three cases. The court also heard oral arguments on Tuesday and Wednesday. The calendar for the February sitting is available on the court's website. On Friday the justices will meet for their February 24 conference; our list of "petitions to watch" for that conference will be available soon.
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On February 1, Chief Justice John Roberts spoke at the University of Kentucky with James Duff, the director of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, as part of the newly established John G. Heyburn II Initiative for Excellence in the Federal Judiciary. (The Chief Justice’s interview begins at the 1:29:28 mark.)
Awarded the Peabody Award for excellence in electronic media.
Awarded the Sigma Delta Chi deadline reporting award for online coverage of the Affordable Care Act decision.
Awarded the National Press Club's Breaking News Award for coverage of the Affordable Care Act decision.
Awarded the Silver Gavel Award by the American Bar Association for fostering the American public’s understanding of the law and the legal system.
Awarded the American Gavel Award for Distinguished Reporting About the Judiciary to recognize the highest standards of reporting about courts and the justice system.
Awarded the Webby Award for excellence on the internet.
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