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Tighten rules for the Supreme Court

Kansas City Star
David Gottlieb
Sunday, March 11, 2012

David Gottlieb, professor of law, authored an opinion editorial for the Kansas City Star on Supreme Court impartiality.

Gottlieb wrote:

"Supreme Court justices are the most important actors in the judiciary. They regularly decide contentious and momentous cases on issues like elections, abortion and economic justice. More than any other judicial figures, Supreme Court justices should attempt to be and appear to be above the fray."

Note: The original article is no longer available online.

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