Barrett to keep ‘open mind’ on cameras in SCOTUS

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Barrett to keep ‘open mind’ on cameras in SCOTUS

Barrett to keep ‘open mind’ on cameras in SCOTUS

President Donald Trump's U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett said on Wednesday she was open to at least one sweeping change for the nation's top judicial body - allowing cameras into the chamber for the first time in its 230-year history.

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