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No cert yet in marriage case, but busy week

Justices agree to hear high-profile gene patent case; Katyal returns.

, The National Law Journal

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Gay rights groups geared up for quick comments on the justices' choice of which challenge would be the best vehicle to tackle the same-sex marriage issue. Scholars and others predict the most likely case will be a challenge to the federal Defense of Marriage Act.

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Originally appeared in print as At high court, former acting SG returns

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