The New York State Bar Association asked Congress and the president “to take whatever steps are necessary to ensure that the judiciary is sufficiently funded during the current budget impasse.”

“The federal court system is the citadel charged with ensuring proper administration of justice and our nation’s adherence to the rule of law. Operations of the federal courts—and, indeed, justice for all Americans—should not and must not be subject to the vagaries of politics,” said Michael Miller, president of the association, in a statement.

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