SCOTUS Makes First Arguments Over Phone. Which Justice Was On Mute? | MSNBC

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments over the phone for the first time in history as a way to adapt to the coronavirus pandemic. Chief justice correspondent Pete Williams has the details on tech glitches, who was accidentally on mute, and what else happened on the historic call. Aired on 5/4/2020.
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SCOTUS Makes First Arguments Over Phone. Which Justice Was On Mute? | MSNBC

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