Supreme Court’s First Ever Livestream Set For Monday

ABC News reports:

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday will embark on an extraordinary experiment in judicial transparency, livestreaming its first-ever telephonic oral argument, a high-stakes endeavor prompted by the historic disruption to court operations during the coronavirus pandemic.

Millions of homebound Americans will for the first time be able to experience the nine justices together at work — a virtual civics lesson on an entire branch of U.S. government that conducts most of its work out of the public eye.

It’s also the first opportunity for a sitting American president — one who is party to cases before the court — to tune in live and potentially respond via Twitter.