"In Massachusetts, television is in the courtroom. The Massachusetts judges I've spoken to seem generally satisfied. The results of that are being evaluated in the federal system. My particular appeals court was not part of the experiment, but not for want of willingness; it was because they could only have a small number."
"That's the circumstances in which I think my vote in favor of the experiment was right as of this moment-abstracting from this particular case and putting myself back in the frame of mind I was two or three months ago in respect to this. That's basically my view."
Justice Gorsuch: ''I come to it with an open mind. It's not a question I've given a great deal of thought to. I've experienced more cameras in the last few weeks, than I have my whole lifetime by a long, long way. I've got to admit the lights in my eyes are a bit blinding sometimes so I'd have to get use to that.''
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN): ''But would you favor it or not?''
Justice Gorsuch: ''I would treat it like any other case or controversy that's what I can commit to you…that I would want to hear the arguments. I know there are justices on both sides of this issue. Right?''