The federal judiciary is pushing back against members of the U.S. House who are considering revisions to the recusal process for judges.

Lawmakers aired their grievances with the current system at a hearing Thursday, listing at least four instances in which they said judges may have acted improperly. They’re exploring moving toward a new recusal process in which a judge who is targeted for disqualification would not be the one to rule on the motion.

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