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Bill to mandate cameras in Supreme Court advances
WASHINGTON – The Senate Judiciary Committee has advanced legislation that would require U.S. Supreme Court proceedings to be televised. The Cameras in the Courtroom Act, S. 1945, would require all proceedings at the Court to be broadcasted unless the majority of justices vote that such a broadcast would violate the due process rights of one or more of the parties to the proceedings.