A judicial salary case?
By The Washington Post | May 5, 2013 9:05 pm

Early on in his tenure, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. banged the drum so loudly for better pay for federal judges that he got accused of hyperbole for calling the issue a “constitutional crisis.”

He regularly pressed for more money for them in his annual state of the judiciary reports, but his head must have begun to hurt from running into the brick wall across the street. (Read more)


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