Despite negative publicity about “junkets for judges” in recent years, a watchdog group reports today that more federal judges than ever are taking subsidized trips.

Community Rights Counsel, which first detailed what it describes as judges’ “corporate junketing” eight years ago, says data from 2002 to 2004 indicate a 60 percent increase in questionable trips taken by judges over a similar period 10 years before.

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