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Should Cameras Cover Supreme Court Arguments?

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Should the U.S. Supreme Court broadcast its sessions to the American public or should cameras be kept out of the SCOTUS chamber? Proponents of cameras say they are needed for transparency.  Opponents call the idea potentially unconstitutional and harmful.  Please join me and my fellow Lawyer2Lawyer co-host and attorney Bob Ambrogi as we welcome Nancy Marder, Professor of Law at Chicago-Kent College of Law and Eric P. Robinson, Deputy Director of the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Courts and Media at the University of Nevada in Reno, for an in depth discussion on both sides of this very important issue.

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