The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit on Wednesday announced it would soon provide live audio streaming of all its oral arguments, sharpening the court’s contrast with its more reticent nearby neighbor the U.S. Supreme Court.

The D.C. Circuit has live-streamed audio of oral arguments on request since October 2017, but the new policy beginning at the court’s next term—which begins Sept. 5—would not require individuals or organizations to ask for it. The only exception for livestreaming would be for cases “when classified or sealed matters must be discussed,” according to the court’s announcement posted online.

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