It wasn’t the room where it happened. But it was a close as technology during the coronavirus pandemic would allow. 

The Supreme Court of Georgia’s  remote oral arguments on Monday took place, instead, in “the Zoom where it happened”—a term first coined by the sequestered cast of “Hamilton”—as justices and attorneys patched in via the video teleconferencing software.

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