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0 comments | January 08, 2007 | 12:12 PM | posted by Mike Reitz

WASHINGTON, DC -- I arrived today in D.C. for our Supreme Court hearing on Wednesday. The attorneys who will argue the cases, Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna and U.S. Solicitor General Paul Clement, are busy preparing their arguments.


Tomorrow we will greet teachers who are coming from all over the country to watch the case. Seating in the Supreme Court is extremely limited, so most of us will stand in line for several hours. The weather in D.C. is beautiful right now -- a high of 73 on Saturday! It will be cool but sunny on Wednesday, so at least we'll stay dry.


In additional to the news stories published below, I've spoken with King 5 Seattle (their TV news crew will be at the Court) and the Wall Street Journal editorial board. The National Law Journal, a prominent legal publication, features our cases on the front page of its January 8 issue.

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