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Bond v. United States Will Not Be Argued Until October
Michael Ramsey

Via SCOTUSblog, the Supreme Court's just-released argument calendar for April does not include a slot for Bond v. United States, the much-anticipated treaty federalism case.  Presumably that means it will be argued in October 2013.