Puzzling events in Jackson v. San Francisco
The Supreme Court has relisted the petition for cert. four times. That is, it's been scheduled for a vote on whether to take the case, and then rescheduled for a later vote, four times over. I've seen that happen once on cases (maybe the Justices wanted more time to mull it over, maybe they judge couldn't get to it in time) but never this many.
Here's the ruling from which cert. was applied for. It's a denial of a preliminary injunction, where the Ninth Circuit found the plaintiffs were not "likely" to win the case in the end, and not a final ruling in the case.
UPDATE: Today (May 26) the Court issued its rulings from the May 21 conference. No sign of Jackson. It must have been postponed again.