UPDATE: The Supreme Court did not issue a ruling on health care Monday.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court is meeting Monday to issue opinions in some of the handful of cases that remain unresolved.
As the justices enter what is looking like their final week, President Barack Obama's health care overhaul and Arizona's immigration law top the list of undecided cases. The court also still has to decide cases on lying about military medals, juvenile sentencing and real estate kickbacks.
Monday is the court's last scheduled meeting until the fall, but it is unlikely to be the final session. As the justices leave the bench, Marshal Pamela Talkin will announce the court's next meeting.
Then, on the next-to-last day, Chief Justice John Roberts will say that its next meeting will be the last.
Such word could come Monday or, more likely, later in the week.
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