The Journal of the Supreme Court of the United States is the source of the official Court minutes. According to the Supreme Court of the United States website, "[i]t is published chronologically for each day the Court issues orders or opinions or holds oral argument. The Journal reflects the disposition of each case, names the court whose judgment is under review, lists the cases argued that day and the attorneys who presented oral argument, contains miscellaneous announcements by the Chief Justice from the Bench, and sets forth the names of attorneys admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court. It does not contain opinions of the Court . . ."
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