Coronavirus PSAs around the world Washington — The Supreme Court will hold arguments by telephone in May for a select number of cases that were postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, the court’s public information office announced Monday. Among the key cases that will be argued by phone are three involving subpoenas from congressional Democrats and New York prosecutors for President Trump’s financial records, as well as a pair of cases involving faithless electors and the Electoral College.The Supreme Court’s public information office said it intends to provide a live audio feed of the arguments to the press, marking the first time the high court will have live audio of arguments. Audio recordings of oral arguments are typically posted on the Friday after they are held, though same-day audio has been provided in limited instances.  In all, the Supreme Court will conduct phone arguments for 10 cases on select dates in the first two weeks of May. C-SPAN said it is “committing to airing live each” of the arguments. All of the justices and attorneys will participate in the arguments remotely “in keeping with public health guidance in response to COVID-19.”For the remaining cases that will not be heard over the phone,


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