The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit will soon decide whether to livestream oral arguments for the first time next month.

The court will hear oral arguments May 8 in a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump’s second travel ban executive order. Mark Zanchelli, chief deputy clerk at the Fourth Circuit, said that court has not decided whether to livestream the May arguments, but should have a decision sometime next week.

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