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Article 3 of the 14th Amendment to be read out of the Constitution Monday morning

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Where Republican presidential candidates are concerned, at least, just in time for Super Tuesday:

The Supreme Court is set to announce at least one opinion Monday morning, leading to speculation the justices could rule on Donald Trump’s eligibility for the Colorado ballot the day before Super Tuesday — when presidential primary elections are held in that state and more than a dozen others.

The high court took the unusual step Sunday of scheduling an opinion announcement for a day when it is not in session. The justices typically issue rulings from the bench, with the author of the majority opinion presenting a summary of the court’s decision. Instead, the court said opinions could be posted on its website Monday at 10 a.m.

Colorado’s top court ordered Trump, the Republican front-runner, off the ballot in December after finding that he engaged in insurrection around the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the U.S. Capitol. The state court put its ruling on hold while litigation continued, and the former president’s name will appear on the state’s primaryballot. (If he was ultimately ruled ineligible, the votes for him would not count.)

The level of urgency the Supreme Court shows when it is helping Trump’s chances of winning the next election as opposed to hindering them sure is an amazing coincidence!

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