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In his recent year-end state of the federal judiciary report, Chief Justice John Roberts spoke of the role the courts play in educating the public. He praised programs in which students visit courthouses and observe the proceedings. Conspicuously absent however from the report was any comment on the ability of the public to observe oral arguments before the Supreme Court of the United States. Cameras in that courtroom have always been and continue to be forbidden.

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