Supreme Court arguments, delivered in 3-minute increments and a 36-minute 'super cuts' audio
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For those who didn’t want to wait in line for days—or didn’t want to pay others to do it for them—the Supreme Court offered tickets for three-minute views of the arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges, Law.com reports.
Those holding three-minute tickets were taken in groups of a dozen or less to seats for the short viewing.
Among those who got a three-minute ticket was Maurice Turner, who joined the line on Tuesday. He was in the last group ushered into court for a viewing, but didn’t get to see much, the story says. As soon as he sat down, the gavel banged and the court adjourned.
For those who don’t want to listen to the entire audio, SCOTUSblog offers a 36-minute “super cuts” version.
Updated at 9:57 a.m. to add the audio player.