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Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. made the need for a federal judicial pay raise the sole focus of his 2006 year-end report on the federal judiciary. Although the chief justice’s characterization of the federal judicial pay issue as a “constitutional crisis” suffered from hyperbole, he is absolutely correct that federal judges are seriously underpaid and deserve to receive a meaningful increase in their pay.
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