And then there were seven:  The remaining cases, in Plain English 

Yesterday the Justices were back in the Courtroom to issue four decisions in major cases involving the Fourth Amendment, patent royalties, the Constitution’s Takings Clause, and claims that prison officials used excessive force against arrestees.  With those four cases now in the history books, the Justices have only seven more opinions to issue before they head out for their summer vacations.  At least one of those opinions could prove to be a blockbuster for the ages, but they are all likely to be, at the very least, highly significant.  Let’s talk about those cases in Plain English. 
The oldest case on the Court’s docket is Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project.  The issue in this case is whether you can bring a lawsuit under the Fair Housing Act, which prohibits housing discrimination

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