The big news for state and local governments is that the Supreme Court will decide a gun case—next term. This term’s docket is now set. Since September the Supreme Court agreed to take a case involving a religious display on public lands. It also has decided an employment case and agreed to hear another employment case—both involving local governments. And partisan gerrymandering has returned to the docket again. Join Colleen Roh Sinzdak, Hogan Lovells, who will discuss three cases she and others in her firm have worked on this term, Richard A. Simpson, Wiley Rein, LLP, who co-wrote the SLLC amicus brief in an alcohol regulation case, and Brian Cardile, an editor and producer at the Daily Journal.