The Committee on Financial Disclosure of the U.S. Judicial Conference voted Dec. 14 to deny the request from a news organization for the 1998 financial disclosure reports of all judges for publication on the Internet., an Internet news organization, had requested the financial disclosure reports of all Article III and magistrate judges for posting on the Internet. The request prompted U.S. District Judge William J. Zloch, chairman of the committee, to issue an order imposing a moratorium on all requests for financial disclosure until the committee had an opportunity to examine the issue.

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