Supreme Court to hold May arguments by teleconference

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By MARK SHERMAN Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Supreme Court says it will hold arguments by teleconference in May in key cases, including President Donald Trump’s bid to shield his tax and other financial records.

The court will make live audio of the arguments available for the first time.

It had previously postponed courtroom arguments for March and April because of the coronavirus.

The court will hear 10 cases in all between May 4 and May 13.

Other cases concern whether presidential electors are required to cast their Electoral College ballots for the candidate who won their state.

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