US Supreme Court won't convene on Tuesday due to storm

October 29, 2012 17:55


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WASHINGTON, Oct 29 (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court, responding to the havoc created by Hurricane Sandy, will not convene on Tuesday, spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said.

The court, which convened on Monday despite the shutdown of most Washington federal government offices, will hear Tuesday's cases on Thursday, when no arguments were planned. Wednesday's oral arguments will go ahead as scheduled, the spokeswoman said.

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