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H.R.862 Supreme Court Transparency and Disclosure Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Mar 21, 2011 Referred to the Subcommittee on Courts, Commercial and Administrative Law.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on the Judiciary - Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet

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  • 25% of users oppose H.R.862

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    • Previewing the Supreme Court's healthcare reform hearings | Global ... - March 26, 2012 by thruthlover - The clearest, least vindictive and most constructive approach would be for Congress to approve the Supreme Court Transparency Disclosure Act (H.R. 862), which would apply the current Code of Conduct governing all federal judges to ...

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      As noted by thruthlover on March 26, 2012, "The clearest, least vindictive and most constructive approach would be for Congress to approve the Supreme Court Transparency Disclosure Act (H.R. 862), which would apply the current Code of Conduct governing all federal judges to ..." (/url?q=http://www.globalindigo.com/previewing-the-supreme-courts-healthcare-reform-hearings&sa=U&ei=QY93T6SzE7HfsQLf-92hBA&ved=0CD4QmAEwBQ&usg=AFQjCNGVdn802BKcUL-cFXdXBKmCtAWi1w)
    • Previewing the Supreme Court's healthcare reform hearings | Global ... - March 26, 2012 by thruthlover - The clearest, least vindictive and most constructive approach would be for Congress to approve the Supreme Court Transparency Disclosure Act (H.R. 862), which would apply the current Code of Conduct governing all federal judges to ...

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      As noted by thruthlover on March 26, 2012, "The clearest, least vindictive and most constructive approach would be for Congress to approve the Supreme Court Transparency Disclosure Act (H.R. 862), which would apply the current Code of Conduct governing all federal judges to ..." (/url?q=http://www.globalindigo.com/previewing-the-supreme-courts-healthcare-reform-hearings&sa=U&ei=xz52T4ydFKKU2wXszMDJDQ&ved=0CD4QmAEwBQ&usg=AFQjCNGQ7y6zCBXX8M2mLR24mewuwsVmdg)
    • Previewing the Supreme Court's healthcare reform hearings | Global ... - March 26, 2012 by ThruthLover - The clearest, least vindictive and most constructive approach would be for Congress to approve the Supreme Court Transparency Disclosure Act (H.R. 862), which would apply the current Code of Conduct governing all ...

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      As noted by ThruthLover on March 26, 2012, "The clearest, least vindictive and most constructive approach would be for Congress to approve the Supreme Court Transparency Disclosure Act (H.R. 862), which would apply the current Code of Conduct governing all ..." (/url?q=http://www.globalindigo.com/previewing-the-supreme-courts-healthcare-reform-hearings&sa=U&ei=3OZ0T9WEOIae2gXZ6pmNDQ&ved=0CD4QmAEwBQ&usg=AFQjCNGbUch477TKsCTrhNj3ryQvThmGdQ)

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    • Retired Workman-Flowers honored by Clear Creek district - January 18, 2012 by AndersonValleyPost.com - “That took a number of years,” said Born. In 1999, Congressmen Wally Herger (R-Chico) addressed Congress about H.R. 862, the Clear Creek Distribution System Conveyance Act, which authorized the Secretary of the Interior to convey title out ...

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      As noted by AndersonValleyPost.com on January 18, 2012, "“That took a number of years,” said Born. In 1999, Congressmen Wally Herger (R-Chico) addressed Congress about H.R. 862, the Clear Creek Distribution System Conveyance Act, which authorized the Secretary of the Interior to convey title out ..." (http://www.andersonvalleypost.com/news/2012/jan/18/retired-workman-flowers-honored-clear-creek-distri/)
    • What’s So Hard About Regulating Supreme Court Justices’ Ethics? — A Lot - November 28, 2011 by Brookings Institution - Hughes took flak for issuing an advisory opinion, but his warning has relevance to HR862’s proposed court. More important, consider the practical problems were HR 862’s court to survive a constitutional challenge: In the first place ...

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      As noted by Brookings Institution on November 28, 2011, "Hughes took flak for issuing an advisory opinion, but his warning has relevance to HR862’s proposed court. More important, consider the practical problems were HR 862’s court to survive a constitutional challenge: In the first place ..." (http://www.brookings.edu/papers/2011/1128_courts_wheeler.aspx)
    • The Hopper: The Court - March 09, 2011 by Congress.org - Christopher S. Murphy, of Connecticut, introduced on March 1 the Supreme Court Transparency and Disclosure Act of 2011(HR 862). In a press release on the bill, Murphy cites what he sees as conflict of interest and political actions by Justices Clarence ..

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      As noted by Congress.org on March 09, 2011, " Christopher S. Murphy, of Connecticut, introduced on March 1 the Supreme Court Transparency and Disclosure Act of 2011(HR 862). In a press release on the bill, Murphy cites what he sees as conflict of interest and political actions by Justices Clarence .." (http://www.congress.org/news/2011/03/10/the_hopper_the_court)
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