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A “really scary idea” reminiscent of the Soviet Union is how Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recently described her reaction to proposed legislation that would create an inspector general to investigate waste, fraud, abuse and misconduct in the judicial branch of the federal government. The legislation’s sponsors, on the other hand, say that the judiciary requires an inspector general because of the continuing controversy over educational junkets for federal judges and instances in which federal judges have ruled on cases while owning stock in one of the parties.
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