Pennsylvania's highest court plans to convene in a historic chamber in Philadelphia for the first time in more than two centuries.
Tuesday's oral arguments session in the Supreme Court Chamber in Old City Hall will be the first time the justices have used the room since 1802.
The session also will be the first to be videotaped under a court policy announced last month. The Pennsylvania Cable Network plans to record the event and air it Tuesday evening.
Cases to be heard include one involving the state's use of an $800 million surplus from a fund that helps doctors pay medical malpractice premiums to balance the state budget in 2009.
The court is using the historic courtroom as part of a commemoration of Constitution Week, which runs through Saturday.