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The Most Important Vine Of The Supreme Court Ruling Today

It will bring a tear to your eye.

1. First, play this song:

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2. Now watch broadcast interns run the Supreme Court decision out to reporters.

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3. It is common for news producers to send staff sprinting to the cameras with papers after a big hearing.

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The cameras are not allowed in the courtroom and must be set up off the SCOTUS steps, some 200 feet from the building.

4. Look at that agility through the press gaggle!

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Thanks Daniel Wein.

5. So here’s to you, running intern. You run for all of us.

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8. Brought to you by Now This News reporter Julie Eckert.

Run, intern, run! #SCOTUS https://t.co/KWjh8FPCoB

— Julie Eckert (@Julie_Eckert)

Julie Eckert

@Julie_Eckert

Run, intern, run! #SCOTUS https://t.co/KWjh8FPCoB

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