Law360, Washington (March 24, 2020, 5:52 PM EDT) -- A judicial watchdog group has obtained a trove of records providing a glimpse into the pampered life of U.S. Supreme Court justices, detailing private plane offers, expensive hotels and more paid for by public universities where they speak and teach.
A report by Fix the Court details accommodations paid for by public universities while hosting U.S. Supreme Court justices as well as efforts by some justices to control the university events where they’ve appeared. (AP)
In a report released Tuesday, Fix the Court detailed its findings from 3,793 pages of documents that it received from 13 public colleges and universities about...
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