SAN FRANCISCO -- Despite a rebuff from the U.S. Supreme Court, the Bay Area's federal judges are again proposing to allow cameras in their courtrooms, a plan that could lead to telecasting of closing arguments in a suit challenging California's ban on same-sex marriage.
[The argument being made is that] public interest in the Prop. 8 case remains high and that the upcoming arguments should be telecast. The Supreme Court's concerns about witness intimidation "are not present in closing arguments," [supporters] said. "This is an issue of critical concern to a lot of people. ... In our view, the more access, the better, regardless of which side you're on."
Read the rest here ... (and see also John 8:32 -- "The truth will set you free.")