At the Supreme Court's budget hearing Thursday, Justice Stephen Breyer predicted that in several years no one will be asking the justices about why the Court hears so few cases, because litigation stemming from the just-passed health care bill will be filling its docket. The Court's $78 million budget was the topic of the always-interesting annual meeting, but Breyer and Justice Clarence Thomas also answered House members' questions on perennial topics such as diversity in law clerk hiring and cameras at the high court.
Breyer and Thomas Discuss High Court Docket, Clerks, Cameras
The National Law Journal
April 16, 2010