Abortion, religion, gun rights on agenda as Supreme Court starts new term
The Supreme Court begins a new nine-month term on Monday, with major cases on abortion, religion and gun rights on the docket.
Driving the news: It will be the first in-person session with most of the justices since the pandemic forced proceedings to be held virtually last year. Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who on Thursday tested positive for COVID-19 but has no symptoms, will participate remotely this week, the court said on Friday.
Here's a look at some of the biggest cases the court will hear:
Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization: In one of the most-anticipated cases this term,...