The Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling will be the biggest news story of the year, and some Republicans are making sure to cover it as best they can.
The Associated Press is using the holiday weekend to track how much coverage the Supreme Court has received in the past two weeks.
We’ve broken down how much time the court has been mentioned in political stories, how much attention the court gets in news coverage and how much political coverage the court receives.
Here’s how we’ve broken it down: *The Supreme Court hasn’t gotten much coverage this year.
*The court has gotten a little less coverage this past week.
*In the past, when the court got a lot of coverage, it was because the president or Congress acted to change the law.
But the Supreme court hasn’t done much of anything since the 2016 election.
The court has said few substantive rulings, has made few major decisions, and hasn’t made any major legal decisions.
But if it has done anything at all, it’s made a few symbolic statements about equality and marriage equality.
*We’ve looked at how much the court’s rulings have been mentioned by political reporters, and it’s been very sparse.
*What’s interesting is how much of a focus it’s received by those who are focused on the court and what’s happening in the courts.
In the past few weeks, for example, the court hasn`t received much attention from political reporters.
That’s partly because the court was busy with the D.C. v.
Heller decision, a case that could set the stage for a Supreme Court decision that would overturn the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, which prohibited federal recognition of same-sex marriage.
The case is now before the Supreme Courts of the U.S. and Canada, and a decision could come in the next few weeks.
*On the other hand, the justices haven’t gotten nearly as much attention because the election was decided by narrow margins in many states.
That could mean the court will be more of a flash point in the 2016 presidential campaign than it has been in the court system in the previous few years.
*It could also mean that the court isn’t as much of an issue for Democrats, as many Republican voters are looking at the case.
As of now, the courts decisions have largely been overshadowed by the presidential race.
That said, if the court does decide on marriage equality, it would likely be a politically important decision.
*Which justices have received the most coverage?
The court hasn�t gotten much attention this year, but it has received a little bit more than its fair share of coverage.
The justices haven�t received a lot in the same way that the justices who voted against the landmark marriage equality decision in 2015, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, have received a fair amount.
They haven�ve been mentioned mostly in news stories about the court, but they’ve been mentioned on the news networks and by political figures.
The majority of the time, they have been referred to as justices of the court.
There hasn�ve even been a bit of a shift over time.
Since the 2016 elections, the Court has been a little more prominent in the news coverage than the majority of its members, with the majority receiving about one-third of the mentions.
*How much of the Supreme State has been covered?
The Supreme State hasn�re been the focus of political coverage for most of the past decade.
This year, that trend is starting to change.
The media is beginning to pay more attention to the court this year and, in some cases, reporters are trying to get into the court even more than usual.
As we look ahead to 2018, we think it will be important for Americans to look at the Supreme States political makeup and to understand what kind of a state the Court is.
It will be interesting to see how that changes over time, and what the court decides in the years ahead.