Why We Should Have Cameras in the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court, the highest court in the country, does not allow cameras – either still or video – in its courtroom for oral arguments. They allow sketch artists and release audio recordings, but no visuals.

John Oliver thinks they should

For the record, so do I.

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