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Oral Arguments

Week of Monday, December 2


Monday, December 2
       
NY State Rifle & Pistol v. City of New York, NY (18-280)
       
Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc. (18-1150)


Tuesday, December 3
       
Rodriguez v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (18-1269)
       
Atlantic Richfield Co. v. Christian (17-1498)


Wednesday, December 4
       
Intel Corp. Investment v. Sulyma (18-1116)
       
Banister v. Davis (18-6943)



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Recent Decisions


November 25, 2019
       
Thompson v. Hebdon (19-122)
The judgment is vacated, and the case is remanded for the Ninth Circuit to revisit whether Alaska’s political contribution limits are consistent with this Court’s First Amendment precedents.



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Did You Know...

Hailing From the State of Mississippi


Lucius Q. C. Lamar is the only Justice appointed from the state of Mississippi. Early in his career, he practiced law in Georgia and Mississippi, taught mathematics at the University of Mississippi, and served in Georgia’s state legislature. In 1857, he was elected to the U.S. Congress from Mississippi. After the Civil War, he returned to Mississippi to practice law and teach metaphysics and law. Pardoned for his service in the Confederacy, Lamar was reelected to Congress in 1872, and was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1876. He resigned a second Senate term in 1884 when President Grover Cleveland appointed him Secretary of the Interior. On December 6, 1887, President Cleveland nominated him to the Supreme Court of the United States. He was confirmed by the Senate on January 16, 1888. Lamar served on the Court for five years before his death in 1893.

 

Portrait of Justice Lucius Q. C. Lamar by Julian Lamar.
Portrait of Justice Lucius Q. C. Lamar by Julian Lamar.
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