Supreme Court: Use Side Entrance

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scotus_doors.jpgNo longer will Americans seeking justice in the highest court of the land climb the 45 marble steps to the US Supreme Court. The six-ton bronze front doors have been closed to entrants, although they will still be used by those leaving. Two justices opposed closing the doors, beneath the inscription "Equal Justice Under Law," calling them "a metaphor for access to the court itself." Jeffrey Rosen is Professor of Law at George Washington University.

Credits

Guest:
Jeffrey Rosen - National Constitution Center - @RosenJeffrey

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Katie Cooper, Christian Bordal, Karen Radziner