The U.S. Supreme Court appears to have to shut the door on livestreaming audio or video of its oral arguments for the foreseeable future.

In an  Oct. 2 letter  to four members of Congress who sought live audio access for the argument Tuesday in the high-profile gerrymandering case Gill v. Whitford, counselor to the chief justice Jeffrey Minear said “the court is unable to accommodate your request.”

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