Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. is calling on Congress to make approval of a judicial salary increase “a first order of business” when it comes back from recess in January.

In his third annual year-end report on the state of the judiciary, Roberts also pledged to work on improving relations with the other branches of government and to continue reforming procedures for handling complaints of judicial misconduct. The report was formally released at 12:01 a.m. Eastern time on Jan. 1.

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