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TV Cameras In The Supreme Court? Republicans Are Divided; Barrett Says Maybe

NPR Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Amy Coney Barrett said she would "keep an open mind" on the question about whether to admit TV cameras to the now-closed Supreme Court.
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