Today, the Supreme Court is taking longer to reach fewer decisions than ever before. Why does the Court take so long? What happens to the case in the meantime? Judge Douglas Ginsburg of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals explains the process by which a case makes its way through the highest court in the country.

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