Triplett, William
January 2007
Daily Variety;1/30/2007, Vol. 294 Issue 23, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the proposed bill authored by U.S. Senator Arlen Specter that would impel the Supreme Court to allow television coverage of its proceedings. Specter believed that the human rights of Americans would be significantly uplifted by televising the oral arguments of the court so that the public will know the issues presented. Other senators who co-sponsored the bill include Senator Charles Grassley and Senator Richard Durbin.


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