U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Jr.’s planned speech to the Federalist Society lawyers’ convention on Thursday will be closed to broadcast media, the group announced on Tuesday.

At first, a publicist for the conservative group told news media organizations that Alito and his staff had decided to exclude all press. Minutes later, the spokeswoman clarified that “pen and paper” media coverage would be allowed, but recording and cameras would not be permitted.

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