The U.S. Supreme Court will conduct oral arguments remotely through into December due to the pandemic.
The high-stakes challenge to the Affordable Care Act in November is among the remote arguments that will be livestreamed to the public.
“The Court will continue to closely monitor public health guidance in determining plans for the January argument session,” the court said in a statement Friday.
The statement didn’t rule out the possibility of an in-person argument should there be an election-related emergency appeal. The court heard impromptu arguments Dec. 11, 2000 in Bush v. Gore related to the outcome of the contested...