The U.S. Supreme Court's hoary and inexplicable policy against note-taking by the public in the chamber has been overturned, 15 years after Justice Harry Blackmun first complained about it. While that change, coupled with a limited-edition run of William Rehnquist bobble dolls on the way, may indicate a more-relaxed attitude toward the Court, be advised not to take things too far: Rehnquist is still a stickler for Court etiquette.
Supreme Court Groupies, Take Note!
May 5, 2003
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