A “who’s who” of veteran U.S. Supreme Court practitioners urged the justices on Tuesday to make permanent their pandemic-related policy of livestreaming audio of oral arguments for the public.

In May 2020, the court, for the first time in its history, changed its policy from posting argument audio on the Friday after the arguments to livestreaming, plus same day online posting.

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