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CASE PREVIEW

Justices will decide scope of judicial review over certain immigration decisions

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In Patel v. Garland, the justices will hear a case that will determine when federal courts can review decisions by the Board of Immigration Appeals denying relief to non-citizens.

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The court will hear two cases on Monday — one involving immigration and the other involving ERISA. (Jace Duval via Shutterstock)

 

CASE PREVIEW

Justices will consider obligation of retirement-plan sponsors to pare investment options

 at 4:26 p.m.

In Hughes v. Northwestern University, the court will again delve into the fiduciary duties of the sponsors who control defined-contribution plans under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.

PETITIONS OF THE WEEK

Trump’s steel tariffs, UNC affirmative action, and Maine’s vaccine mandate

 at 3:06 p.m.

A weekly look at new and notable petitions seeking Supreme Court review. This week: race-based admissions, COVID-19 vaccines, and other issues.

ARGUMENT ANALYSIS

Majority of court appears poised to roll back abortion rights

 at 1:04 p.m.

It appeared likely on Wednesday that the court’s conservative majority would uphold Mississippi’s 15-week abortion law.

A VIEW FROM THE COURTROOM

“Feelings run high”: Two hours of debate on an issue that divides the court and country

 at 7:22 p.m.

Pointed questions from the nine justices left little doubt about the high stakes of the Mississippi abortion case.

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