From Law360:

That model was broken, according to Anthony Marcum, a fellow at the R Street Institute, who said the delay was untenable.

“Before the recent policy change, the Supreme Court was asking the public to wait hours for a transcript and days for audio,” he said. “It’s unreasonable today to ask the public to sit outside, often overnight and in the cold, for a chance just to grab a ticket and attend a hearing.”

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