By Khalil AlHajal
MLive Media Group (Michigan)
A group that advocates for more public access to Supreme Court proceedings called Friday for cameras crews to be allowed to broadcast the gay marriage arguments.
“No matter which side of the same-sex marriage debate they’re on, much of the country will want to watch this case unfold,” said Gabe Roth, head of the group Fix the Court. “But because of the court’s outdated rules outlawing cameras in the courtroom, the American public will be shut out of the process as history is made. This term marks the perfect moment for the justices to finally come out of the closet and allow cameras at the Supreme Court.”