Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy pushed back strongly Tuesday against a bill pending in the Senate that would require the Court to televise its proceedings.

“Mandating direct televised proceedings would be inconsistent with the deference and etiquette that should apply between the branches,” Kennedy said in response to questions from House members at the Court’s annual budget hearing Tuesday. “We feel very strongly that this matter should be left to the courts.”

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