No live coverage of Supreme Court arguments over Obamacare

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The U.S. Supreme Court announced Friday it will quickly release audio recordings of this month’s arguments about the constitutionality of the 2010 federal health law — but will not break its longstanding policy against live broadcasts.

Florida is a lead plaintiff in the landmark lawsuit, which is scheduled for hearings March 26, March 27 and March 28. With justices scheduled to hear arguments each morning, the court said in a news release that it expects to post audio recordings and unofficial transcripts online by 2 p.m. A recording and transcript from a March 28 afternoon session also is expected to be available by 4 p.m.

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