Federal judges’ membership in outside groups are back in the spotlight after a draft advisory opinion said they should not be members of the conservative Federalist Society or the liberal American Constitution Society.

The draft opinion, which began making the rounds on Wednesday, revisits a past finding from the Judicial Conference’s Committee on Codes of Conduct that said judges should not hold leadership positions in ACS, but could be a member of the organization.

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