Friedman v. Highland Park relisted yet again!
Docket here. The Supreme Court votes on (among other things) whether to take a petition for cert. during its "conferences." Most decisions are made at the first conference, sometimes some are unable to be decided then, and the case is "delisted" for a later conference. In this case (concerning and "assault weapons ban") the Court has considered the case seven times, over a period spanning two months.
Most unusual, but hard to read the tea leaves. Is the vote in doubt? Are the votes there to deny, but some Justice or Justices want time to write a dissent from the denial? No way to know. It's interesting to note that 23 States filed an amicus urging the Court to take the case, noting that the lower courts have shown considerable resistance to the Court's ruling in Heller and McDonald.