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       A Reporter's Guide to Applications Pending Before The Supreme Court of the United States (Supreme Court of the United States Public Information OFfice)
    22 pages.
       U.S. Supreme Court
       U.S. Supreme Court Argument Transcripts (Supreme Court of the United States)
    Oral argument transcripts for cases argued during October Term 2000 and subsequent Court Terms.
       U.S. Supreme Court Arguments Audio Recordings (Oyez)
    The most frequently listened to arguments. Includes, for example, Bush v. Gore.
       U.S. Supreme Court Building and Grounds Regulations (September 29, 1994) (U.S. Supreme Court)
    "Pursuant to the authority and responsibilities set forth in 40 U. S. C. §6102, the following regulations governing the Supreme Court Building and grounds were prescribed by the Marshal and approved by the Chief Justice of the United States."

    On a lighthearted note, who would have thought the U.S. Supreme Court would need to issue regulations about dogs at the Supreme Court, including: "Any owner who permits his or her dog to defecate on Supreme Court grounds shall immediately remove the excrement." Of course, there are weightier regulations too, of which visitors should of course take notice.

    6 pages.

       U.S. Supreme Court Rules (Supreme Court of the United States)
    Includes Order Adopting Revised Rules (January 11, 1999). Rules of the Supreme Court (Effective May 3, 1999). Order Adopting Revised Rules (January 27, 2003). Revisions to Rules (Effective May 1, 2003).

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