The American Bar Association House of Delegates narrowly approved a proposal that would ban lawyer contributions to judicial campaigns in exchange for governmental legal engagements or appointments. Delegates adopted the so-called “pay to play” resolution by a vote of 256 to 157.
The ABA is holding its midyear meeting in Dallas.
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