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SCOTUS: Flash Point

Season 3 Episode 301 | 56m 46s

Once the country's most admired and trusted government institution, the Supreme Court is now the point of the political spear. Jane Whitney and a panel of legal scholars from across the political spectrum discuss the swirling controversy enveloping SCOTUS and the burgeoning efforts to reform the court in what is billed as an effort to save it from itself.

Aired: 01/21/24 | Expires: 01/21/27
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
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