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There is a possibility of opinions on Tuesday and Wednesday. On Tuesday we will begin live-blogging at 9:45 a.m. at this link, where readers can sign up for an email reminder when we begin the live blog.
On Tuesday the Supreme Court hears oral argument in two partisan-gerrymandering cases, Rucho v. Common Cause and Lamone v. Benisek; Amy Howe has our preview.

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Susan C. Morse is Professor of Law at University of Texas School of Law.

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03.22.18 Opinion analysis: A “nexus” requirement for the tax code’s obstruction felony
12.07.17 Argument analysis: Is “cash only” enough for a tax law obstruction charge?
11.28.17 Argument preview: What limits tax law obstruction-of-justice charges?
06.23.14 Opinion analysis: Court clarifies standard for evidentiary hearing in enforcement of IRS summons
04.25.14 Argument analysis: What is the boundary on district court discretion to decide whether to develop evidence before enforcing an IRS summons?
04.18.14 Argument preview: When can the recipient of an IRS summons put the government on the stand?
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