When it comes to proposed new rules for disciplining wayward federal judges, circuit chiefs from around the country haven’t exactly been falling over themselves to publicly air their thoughts.

Indeed, the national committee in charge of fashioning those rules has decided to withhold the chiefs’ critiques — including those from a 9th Circuit committee convened by Chief Judge Mary Schroeder to weigh in.

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