U.S. Supreme Court unveils new ethics code, but critics say it doesn’t go far enough
The 15-page code of conduct co-signed by all nine justices is a new maneuver by the court to publicize its standards.
Ethics rules for Supreme Court justices approved on party-line vote by U.S. Senate panel
WASHINGTON — The Senate Committee on the Judiciary on Thursday approved a proposal to impose a code of ethics for the U.S. Supreme Court, amid revelations that justices failed to disclose luxury travel and real estate deals, as well as directing staff to promote book sales. The panel split along party lines, in an 11-10 […]
Did the end of Roe open the door to the return of sodomy laws? | Analysis
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton want to bring back anti-gay sodomy laws.
Debating when Clarence Thomas should recuse himself is the wrong argument | Bruce Ledewitz
The question really is whether we can trust the justices not to be zealous, partisan fanatics. Some Americans don't. And that's the issue.
What will a post-Trump U.S. Supreme Court look like? It might not be all that bad for liberals | Bruce Ledewitz
it is far better to leave the court alone to do its job. Even when we don’t entirely agree with the job that it does.