Justice Clarence Thomas on Wednesday became the focus of a congressional hearing that quickly devolved into competing partisan lists of which U.S. Supreme Court justices have ignored or violated ethical and recusal standards over the years.

The House Judiciary subcommittee on courts, intellectual property and the internet held the hearing on what it labeled “Building Confidence in the Supreme Court through Ethics and Recusal Reforms.”

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