When Is the Prop 8 Supreme Court Ruling?

Wednesday at 10am the Supreme Court releases its ruling for Prop 8, along with DOMA and Sekhar v. United States. The Justices said Wednesday will be the very last day they will release opinions before the Court's recess. 

The best place to find the results in real-time is SCOTUSblog, which is run by legal experts who watch the preceding as they take place. Their live blog usually begins a few minutes before the Court releases the opinions, and is full of lively commentary and plain-English explanations of tough legal jargon. 

PolicyMic will also be up and early blogging. We'll be laying down the ins and outs of these cases, pre and post decision. 

So stay posted. 

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Uchechi Kalu

Uchechi is PolicyMic's Politics Intern and a senior@ Princeton University. Tweet her @chechkalu

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