Supreme Court deadlocked on enacting ethics code of conduct

Posted on AllSides February 9th, 2023
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For at least the past four years, the Supreme Court has been in active discussions to adopt a code of conduct but has struggled to agree on its parameters, in addition to uncertainty on whether the justices will actually follow through with such deliberations.

The high court "has failed to reach consensus" on a code of conduct despite ongoing internal deliberations about bringing one into the fold, according to the Washington Post, citing anonymous sources who say the topic remains "active."

The novel revelation of a search for a code coincides with a New York Times report from...

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