This afternoon the United States Supreme Court released an announcement about the oral arguments in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act . The case is scheduled for argument on March 26, 27, and 28, 2012. While the Court did not respond to requests to allow cameras into the courtroom, it did note that the “…Court will provide the audio recordings and transcripts of the oral arguments on an expedited basis through the Court’s Website. The Court will post the audio recordings and unofficial transcripts as soon as the digital files are available for uploading to the Website. The audio recordings and transcripts of the March 26-28 morning sessions should be available no later than 2 p.m. The recording and transcript of the March 28 afternoon session should be available no later than 4 p.m. Anyone interested in the proceedings will be able to access the recordings and transcripts directly through links on the homepage of the Court’s Website. The homepage currently provides links to the orders, briefs, and other information about the cases.” News organizations are interpreting the Court’s silence on the subject of cameras to mean that the Court will not allow cameras to record the health care oral arguments.
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