Two U.S. Supreme Court justices on Monday firmly rejected proposals that would increase court transparency: allowing cameras to broadcast proceedings and requiring justices to reveal their reasons for recusal.

Speaking at the court’s annual budget hearing before a House appropriations subcommittee, justices Anthony Kennedy and Stephen Breyer responded to questions from members of Congress that went beyond the $78 million budget request.

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