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The government should not bar the media from recording events to which the public has access, such as the government’s response and recovery effort from the effects of Hurricane Katrina, chief justice nominee John Roberts told the Senate Judiciary Committee.

“There is great difficulty whenever you try to distinguish between public rights and media rights,” Roberts said, responding to a question from Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., during his confirmation hearing.

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