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Justices crack door to letting cameras in Supreme court

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Politics,Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets
Two long-standing "No" votes on letting TV cameras capture oral arguments at the Supreme Court indicated a change Thursday that could eventually lead to the installation of C-SPAN cameras like those in the House and Senate and White House briefing room. At a hearing to discuss the court's $86 million budget, Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy openly fretted that advertising-starved newspapers...