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Lawmakers wants to end Supreme Court’s closed door policy (access required)

When the Supreme Court closed its front doors to the public, ending the practice of having visitors ascend the great marble staircase in front of the building and pass through the massive, bronze doors under the words "Equal Justice Under Law" (visitors now enter through side doors), not everyone was happy about it. Even two ...

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  1. If history is any indication of the things to come in the future, then closing of United States Supreme Court’s front entrance is a symbolic sign of the back door justice the Untited States citizens are in store for, because the little people in this Country can’t afford to make the wheels of Justice turn!-Born to do battle, drafted at birth!-Michael E. McKinzy, Sr.-08-25-2010

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