(CNN) Supreme Court justices are meeting behind closed doors on Friday to discuss several cases on high-profile issues including religious freedom and a same-sex wedding flower arrangement, assault weapons limits, access to contraceptives, and so-called "faithless electors" in presidential elections.
Friday's conference is the first scheduled time the nine justices will meet face-to-face in 2020 to conduct business.
It comes ahead of what will be a momentous Supreme Court session in the midst of the presidential election. Already, justices are poised to rule on the future of hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children. And they'll hear cases in March on President Donald Trump's efforts to block the release of his financial information to congressional and New York investigators.
The court will likely announce as soon as Monday which cases it will and won't consider.
Here are some of the top cases on Friday's list:
Justice will again consider whether to hear the case of a Washington state florist who declined to make an arrangement for the wedding of a same-sex couple, a move that could eventually result in a broader ruling on religious freedom.