Women currently make up 22 percent of all federal judges, a new study has found, and 26 percent of state-level judges.

The study by the University at Albany-SUNY’s Center for Women in Government and Civil Society found that only two states — New Jersey and Connecticut — had achieved a “critical mass” of 33 percent women among the state’s federal judgeships.

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