The U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday a series of policy changes that respond to public complaints about secret changes to the justices’ decisions, hiring “line-standers” for high-profile oral arguments and “link rot” in the court’s rulings.

The announcement, which brought mixed reviews, came on the first day of the court’s fall term, and may reflect policy changes developed over the summer and discussed at the justices’ long postsummer conference on Sept. 28.

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