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Poll Finds Support for Supreme Court Term Limits, Camera Access

Allowing cameras in the court is more popular than ever, according to a new poll sponsored by C-SPAN.

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Public support for life tenure for Supreme Court justices is decreasing, while the idea of allowing cameras in the court is more popular than ever, according to a new poll sponsored by C-SPAN and released Tuesday.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    Doesn‘t the American video viewing public already enjoy a sufficient number of "reality TV" options? So why give disruptive protesters who are already targeting the high court‘s proceedings any more incentive to pursue their 15 minutes of infamy? As long as we can read the court‘s decisions and otherwise depend on trustworthy NLJ reporters to tell us about the proceedings, a very strong argument can be made for preserving one of the few spots left in our country where folks don‘t have to worry about or plump for evermore ubiquitous and voracious cameras.

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