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Americans Should Be Able “To Watch The Workings” Of The Supreme Court

Following up on John Roberts‘s comments last week about televising Supreme Court arguments:

“It is time for the Supreme Court to reverse its ban on cameras,” The Oregonian’s editorial board declares, and if Roberts is confirmed, he should lead the effort. “Americans should not just be allowed, but actively encouraged, to watch the workings of the most powerful court in the world.”

More: “It is absurd that Americans can sit for hours watching every last twist in a celebrity case such as Michael Jackson’s, or follow the arraignment of the runaway bride, but they could not see a single second of the historic arguments in the Bush v. Gore case that settled the disputed 2000 presidential election…”

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