Reading the Tea Leaves on the Supreme Court’s Outstanding Cases

With today’s decisions, there are three opinions left from the Supreme Court’s March argument sitting: Hollingsworth v. Perry (the Prop 8 case); United States v. Windsor (the DOMA case); and Mutual Pharmaceutical v. Bartlett (this Term’s pharma preemption case).  There are three Justices who haven’t yet had opinion assignments from that sitting: the Chief Justice, Justice Kennedy, and Justice Alito.

Predictions are hard–especially about the future.  But it looks like Justice Alito probably was assigned the Bartlett opinion, and the Chief Justice and Kennedy are splitting DOMA and Prop 8.  Now who has which, and what are they writing?