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Monday, October 7, marks the beginning of the Supreme Court’s next term. The last term included a number of high-profile cases involving voting rights, same-sex marriage, drug-sniffing dogs, and racial preferences in college admissions. So what is on deck for this next term?

There are a number of cases already lined up. Some of the potentially big cases are:

McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission: Are aggregate limits on contributions to federal candidates, political action committees, and party committees constitutional?
McCullen v. Coakley: Can a state ban pro-life speech outside abortion clinics while allowing pro-abortion speech?
Town of Greece v. Galloway: Does a town violate the Establishment Clause by opening its board meetings with a prayer?
Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action: May states limit the use of racial preferences by amending their constitutions?
Bond v. United States: What is the scope of the Treaty Power? Can the President, the Senate, and a foreign country conspire to expand the powers of the federal government through treaties?
National Labor Relations Board v. Noel Canning: Who decides when Congress is in “recess” for the purpose of making presidential appointments: the President or the Senate?

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