The Supreme Court is set to kick off a new term Monday and that means discussion over major cases involving key issues from abortion to gun rights.
This year’s court opening has already hit a speed bump after Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.
Kavanaugh, who is fully vaccinated, has no symptoms and received positive results after a routine COVID test.
Meanwhile, the first Monday in October always marks the beginning of the Supreme Court’s new term. This year, the high caseload is getting attention for the number of cases that could lead to a major life change in America.
Each year, the “Red Mass” at Saint Matthew’s Cathedral marks the beginning of the High Court’s term.
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