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March 16, 2012


Nat Fitzsimmons

Mr. Moss, each branch of the federal government authors its rules. I believe this is due to the separation of powers doctrine. I would be more concerned with antiquated senate and House rules which often allow the majority leader to dictate what bills will come to a vote. Although video streaming of SCOYUS agument would have many benefits, it is the decision that matters.

Ron Moss

Shouldn't the Congress, rather than the Court itself, make the decision whether to have video coverage? Didn't we learn from the Bush Depression that self-regulation does not work!

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