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For USA Today, Richard Wolf reports that “[w]hen a Colorado ‘cake artist’ who refuses to serve same-sex weddings brings his case to the Supreme Court next month [in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission], he’ll have a tight-knit fraternity of florists, bakers and memory...

The petition of the day is: Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v. Wall-Street.com 17-571 Issue: Whether the “registration of [a] copyright claim has been made” within the meaning of 17 U.S.C. § 411(a) when the copyright holder delivers the required application, deposit, and fee to the Copyright Office,...

From Commonwealth v. Ford, decided Tuesday by a Pennsylvania appellate court: Section 6110.2 [of the Pennsylvania criminal statutes] provides in pertinent part: “No person shall possess a firearm which has had the manufacturer’s number integral to the frame or receiver altered, changed, removed or obliterated.” …...

John Elwood reviews Monday’s relists. Monday’s order list was a fitting one as the nation approaches the Thanksgiving holiday: It began with a flurry of excitement, followed by torpor. The excitement came, of course, from the fact that the court granted review in three relisted cases, all...