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Federal Judicial Pay: An Update on the Urgent Need for Action
Denise Cardman (au); Bruce Moyer (au)
In 2001, a report was issued “Fed. Judicial Pay Erosion: A Report on the Need for Reform” because of a conviction that the salaries of Fed. judges had reached such levels of inadequacy that they threatened to impair the quality and independence of the Third Branch. Over the course of the following two years, the problem was not rectified; indeed, it worsened. Deeply concerned over the insidious changes in the Fed. judiciary that surfaced because of a decade of salary neglect, . this updated report in 2003 documented the gravity of the situation and to urge the Bush Admin. and the 108th Congress to take immediate and lasting action to avert a crisis in the Fed. judiciary. Charts and tables.
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