Give SCOTUSblog back its press credential

It's insane that the best media outlet covering the Supreme Court isn't treated like a media outlet at all

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When the big Supreme Court decision on ObamaCare came down two years ago, both CNN and Fox News famously screwed up the ruling, initially reporting that ObamaCare had been overturned altogether. It took CNN several grimly fascinating minutes to correct its mistake. Fox bounced back a little quicker, by cutting to the chase and simply reading SCOTUSblog — just like everyone else was doing.

In recent years SCOTUSblog, helmed by legendary reporter Lyle Denniston, has emerged as the most credible source in the country when it comes to Supreme Court news. It was rewarded with a Peabody Award in 2013, the first ever for a blog.

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