In a rare glimpse into internal disagreement among the members of the Supreme Court, Justice Stephen Breyer, joined by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, issued a statement on Monday objecting to Court plans to bar the public from entering the Court via its famed front steps. Under the Court's new entry and security plan, which begins today, members of the public will be able to leave the Court down the steps, but they will have to enter through new ground-level doors at either side of the steps.
Justices Disagree Over Closing Supreme Court's Front Entrance
The National Law Journal
May 4, 2010