The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a bill to require the federal judiciary to make judges’ financial disclosures publicly available online, in response to a stunning report that revealed more than 130 judges heard cases in which they had a financial holding.

The bipartisan Courthouse Ethics and Transparency Act passed the House 422-4. A companion bill has also been introduced in the Senate, but has not yet been taken up.

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