In his year-end report on the state of the federal judiciary, Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. refrained from repeating the call for pay raises for federal judges that he has issued in recent years.

Roberts acknowledged the departure in the report, released Thursday. He wrote that Chief Justice Warren Burger began issuing the annual report in 1970, “to discuss problems that federal courts face in administering justice.”

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