What's Left for Supreme Court
The Supreme Court will hand down its remaining decisions of the term on Thursday. Among the major issues to be decided:
-Whether states can impose their own advertising restrictions on tobacco beyond the broad federal law, which bans cigarette ads on television and requires warning labels on packages.
-A decision on a Rhode Island man's 40-year struggle to develop his coastal marshland. The case has become a rallying cry for conservatives angry over government regulation of private property.
-A ruling on whether immigrants who committed crimes in the United States can be locked up indefinitely if the government has nowhere to send them.