Wednesday, April 5, 2006
Supreme Court Justices Kennedy and Thomas, testifying before Congress on the Supreme Court's budget, also noted that they continue to believe that cameras in the high Court raise a "sensitive point." Justice Kennedy intimated that he thought Congressional directives on cameras in the courtroom were ill-advised. Justice Thomas delivered the message that he believed that all the justices thought that they, rather than Congress, should decide whether Supreme Court arguments should be televised. Read more here in a New York Times article.