I saw at the following wiki page, that the supreme court has decided not to hear a constitutional matter while admitting there is a constitutional issue in need of addressing.
Saying the following...
The Supreme Court declined to review the case in June 2021. In a opinion on supporting the denial, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, joined by Justices Stephen Breyer and Brett Kavanaugh, stated that while there was a Constitutional argument about discrimination on sex on the current draft, they agreed to decline because Congress was actively evaluating removing the male-only requirement of the draft through the 2016 Commission, and that "the Court's longstanding deference to Congress on matters of national defense and military affairs cautions against granting review while Congress actively weighs the issue".
Is this a regular occurrence, that the supreme court will not hear cases on the constitutionality of a law, while the law is under review, even when there is a clear constitutional decision to be made, or is this as incredible an occurrence as I suspect it is?
Somehow the Supreme Court admitting a case is a constitutional matter and declining to review at the same time seems incredible to me