It’s June… the month where Spring turns to Summer… and historically speaking, when the U.S. Supreme Court ends its session with the bang of some pretty landmark cases….

Consider these cases from Junes past….

Miranda v. Arizona (384 US 436), Loving v. Virginia (388 US 1), Texas v. Johnson (491 US 397) , Lawrence v. Texas (539 US 558), Obergfell v. Hodges (576 US ___) , NY State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen (597 US ___) & Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Org. (597 US ____)

And for keeping track of upcoming decisions and court calendar — it’s all there on the U.S. Supreme Court website. Various websites such as Oyez, ScotusBlog, and The National Archives also have all sorts of Supreme Court cases and analysis….

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This June, you’ll undoubtedly be hearing about a few more landmark U.S. Supreme Court cases….

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