A new organization targeting the U.S. Supreme Court over transparency will soon air television ads that describe the court as the “most powerful, least accountable” government institution.

The group, which launched Wednesday, is called Fix the Court and will campaign not only for cameras in the Supreme Court, a perennial issue, but other measures that would shed more light on the justices in areas of financial disclosures, recusals, ethics and media access.

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