It may be time to start handicapping what the U.S. Supreme Court may do with a new same-sex marriage case and here is the perfect game to hone your skills: FantasySCOTUS.
The game works just like a fantasy football or baseball league: You try to predict how the justices will vote in each of the cases it hears during a term, which run from October to late June or early July.
— Brooke Adams
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