A House judiciary subcommittee has scheduled a hearing for Dec. 10 on the recusal of judges.

The National Law Journal reported last month on lawmakers’ renewed interest in the issue, including plans to examine the process that federal judges use to decide recusal motions. Judges now have wide discretion to decide on their own whether to step away from a case, though their decisions are appealable.

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