Wednesday round-up

Tomorrow the Court is scheduled to issue one or more opinions in argued cases.  At Cato at Liberty, Ilya Shapiro looks at the remaining cases on the Court’s docket, while I do the same in Plain English for this blog.  At his Election Law Blog, Rick Hasen discusses some of the early overviews of the Term and concludes that “it is true that the term is trending liberal,” but he cautions that we shouldn’t “expect the Court to stay this way, not even into next term (or next week).” 
Other coverage and commentary focus on decisions from earlier this week.  In City of Los Angeles v. Patel, the Court held that a Los Angeles ordinance which allows police to inspect hotel guest registries without advance notice or a warrant is unconstitutional because it does not provide an opportunity

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