We know SCOTUS withdrawal can hit hard. That 10 a.m. spot–previously spent on SCOTUSblog breathlessly awaiting some decision on something from that leak-free fortress, social media accounts prepped to quote the latest Scalia zinger or comment on a Kennedy-led upset–is now just another glory-less hour of the morning.
Tomorrow brings an opportunity for one final hurrah. The bipartisan Constitution Project is hosting a recap of the 2014-15 term from 2:00-3:30 pm in Room 2226 at the Rayburn House Office Building.
Led by American University law professor and Constitution Project fellow Steve Vladeck and joined by Constitution Project senior counsel Rita Siemion, the pair will take you back to the major decisions that lit a fire in your Constitution-loving heart this term, including Obergefell v. Hodges and King v. Burwell.