In a rare appearance Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy made an impassioned plea for increasing judicial salaries and against allowing cameras in the Court.

The failure of Congress to give federal judges meaningful raises in recent years is “threatening the excellence of the judiciary,” Kennedy said, adding that the traditional linkage between the salaries of judges and members of Congress “has hurt the judiciary very badly.”

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