In his concurring opinion in McCullen v. Coakley, Justice Scalia added a parenthetical to the citation for the certiorari grant in the case, “granting certiorari without reservation.”
See Pet. for Cert. i. (stat ing second question presented as “If Hill . . . permits en forcement of this law, whether Hill should be limited or overruled”); 570 U. S. ___ (2013) (granting certiorari without reservation).
Does anyone know what this means? Does it just mean that the Court granted certiorari as the questions were posed in the petition? A quick search of the U.S. Supreme Cour Database on Westlaw shows no other usages of this phrase.