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Justice Samuel Alito doubts the public is clamoring for Supreme Court sessions to be televised and predicts they would battle Congress for last place in the ratings.

Alito said Friday that the same-day availability of oral argument transcripts on the Internet and extensive media coverage means the “only thing missing is pictures of the justices and the lawyers with their lips moving as they ask and answer questions.”

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