Supreme Court justices are selling stocks that can lead to forced recusals from cases
Thursday, 14 June 2018 It's not a measure of the stock market's strength or weakness, but the Supreme Court is selling. The three justices who own stocks, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Samuel Alito and Stephen Breyer, reduced their holdings in 2017. That could lead to fewer recusals from cases in the future.
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