Scalia Apologizes For Tape Erasures, Keeps TV Ban

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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia apologized to two Mississippi reporters who were required to erase recordings of a speech he gave at a high school there last week, the New York Times reports. Reporters for The Associated Press and a local newspaper were told by a federal marshal to destroy the recordings. Scalia referred to
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